[AusNOG] "Simple Systems Have Less Downtime"
vk6ksj at westnet.com.au
Thu Mar 5 19:48:09 EST 2020
All said and done if an aircraft has sufficient failure which results
with all engines being unserviceable the aircraft becomes a glider, and
depending on individual perception it can be argued that glide
configuration with engines in flame-out state may also be the most fuel
efficient state for the aircraft.
On 5/3/20 11:07 am, Bevan Slattery wrote:
> There was a whole PhD paper demonstrating why planes with two engines
> were safer than planes with four due to risk of catastrophic failure
> having four engines/and complexity that outweighed the additional
> redundancy it provided.
> *From: *AusNOG <ausnog-bounces at lists.ausnog.net> on behalf of Mark Smith
> <markzzzsmith at gmail.com>
> *Date: *Thursday, 5 March 2020 at 1:05 pm
> *To: *AusNOG Mailing List <ausnog at ausnog.net>
> *Subject: *[AusNOG] "Simple Systems Have Less Downtime"
> This is excellent. About startups, however lots of parallels in network
> and network protocol architecture and design.
> Simple Systems Have Less Downtime
> Also cross over with RFC1925, "The Twelve Networking Truths", for those
> that may not be aware if it.
> (RFC1925 might be the best RFC ever.)
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