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From: Rohit Dube (rohit_at_XEBEO.COM)
Date: Thu Nov 07 2002 - 12:30:21 CST
On Thu, 7 Nov 2002 13:14:34 -0500 "Ash, Gerald R (Jerry), ALASO" writes:
=>> The problem here is _not_ in the flooding.
=>The problem *was* in the flooding storm that was triggered in all the failure
>s cited, and the inability to recover.
We may be talking about different incidents. The one that I was involved in,
was a clear implementation mistake (a case was missed) which was the root
cause. It should have been caught in testing if somebody had bothered to
look at why certain LSAs were being generated. The excessive flooding was
simply the result.
I couldn't say this better than Tony/Joel : "at a certain point adding
more code to an implementation introduces more bugs than the performance
gain is worth". I (like most developers) can attest to this from first