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I'm positive that you can't do this without a backup.
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comment Is UPS worthwhile for non-production equipment?
@Hubert - a line-interactive UPS is probably a good compromise. This is actually what we went with. They are pretty reasonable cost. For really important things I would avoid a stand-by model. There's a nice discussion of the types at apcmedia.com/salestools/SADE-5TNM3Y_R7_EN.pdf An APC Smart UPS 420 is probably less than $150.
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comment Sample (and simple) postscript error file
This will cause a job error, but will it cause the printer to error out? I need to get the printer into an error state.
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comment List of common ways those could shut down server unexpectedly?
Do you not get how a "fork bomb" works? See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fork_bomb. Running a program out of memory generally won't bring down the system -- running the kernel out of resources or corrupting kernel data structures, now that's how to crash a system (or at least bring it to its knees).