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It is always going to be like that. If you write software that has a rule "do not remove more than 5% of capacity at once" it will always work, yet if you tell a systems engineer please do not remove 5% of the capacity at once it fails with 0.0x% chance. The solution is that you move the execution of change into a system that spits out steps that is automatically executed by the system itself, entirely removing the human factor.



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