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Zero points of failure?

I think you're decrementing when you should be incrementing. The question is: what's the minimum number of components that need to fail for the system to fail? You're saying that for Oracle RAC, it's one. I'm not clear what you're claiming for the MySQL cluster, but obviously if every CPU in the cluster burned out, that would do it, so there is an upper bound.

In reply to Re^3: Code Conflation: Considered Harmful? by sandfly
in thread Code Conflation: Considered Harmful? by rvosa

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