We shouldn’t have to fear Apple and Microsoft updates

November 9, 2015

Via: InfoWorld
I’ve long been of the mind that server reboots should be rare events. Unless there’s no other choice, giving a server the three-finger salute to try to fix a gremlin or two is simply pushing the problem down the line — it will come back to haunt you soon enough.

If the problem is software, a reboot might fix it temporarily, but the memory leak or unhandled exception will show up again eventually. If the problem is hardware, it’s likely to be tougher to track down. In that event a reboot might be a worthy troubleshooting method — after all others have been exhausted.

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