We had an overnight air conditioning failure. We discovered that the temperature in the server room had reached about 110-115°F (43-46°C). We powered off everything that hadn't already and had the A/C fixed.
Now that it's fixed, I'm concerned of the damage done by the extended exposure to the high temperature. I'd like to run a series of tests on all of our machines to ensure that machines aren't damaged before we return to relying on them. My plan is as follows:
- Run memtest86 to check if any DIMMs were damaged (have already done this and essentially found no issues)
- Run Prime95 to check if any CPUs are damanged (presumably this will come in the form of unexpected interrupts or hardware faults)
badblockson all disks and check output for any anomalies
This list feels a little thin, and I'm not confident these will all properly exercise the hardware to ensure we won't run into any heat-induced issues in the future.
Is this battery of tests sufficient? Are there any others I should consider?