It’s no secret that the most unstable time for a software-based system comes during and immediately after a software upgrade. In this respect, software follows a bathtub curve: Failure rates are high immediately after a new release and drop quickly once the software "beds in," then start to rise again due to changes in environmental conditions (for instance, processor speed)...
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