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Isn't there a risk that this is effectively bug hiding, so no one will fix them?
KHB: Failure-oblivious computing
Posted Jun 30, 2006 9:22 UTC (Fri) by oak (guest, #2786)
This might be the case where the handled data is either:
Even in those kind of situations I would assume this feature
to be enabled only after the software:
I would say that for this thing to be generally useful,
following should be possible:
The more you value the data the program handles, the less you want
it to continue after there's some problem in handling the data.
Compare for example a program that manipulates / writes the same
data / files constantly (e.g. database server) to a program that
acts as a filter for a data that's different each time (e.g. mail
server) or doesn't write it at all (e.g. www-server).
Posted Jun 30, 2006 9:40 UTC (Fri) by oak (guest, #2786)
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