By unixman on Apr 30, 2007
Last week I had been in Mexico City, presenting at Sun's Immersion Week 2007 conference. Speaking on 2 topics, twice each in one day, does pose its challenges. As one example from this presentation, I recall catching myself uttering phrases like "Unplanned Uptime" (in the context of Solaris features like SMF, FMA, Zones). Of course, my intent was to elaborate on how Solaris 10 helps minimize unplanned downtime.... but jinxing myself with phrases like unplanned uptime was certainly a jaw-dropper, to say the least.
Another, as shared over diner with Scott, Antonio, Mauricio, Jazmin and Enrique later in the day, was to maximize unplanned uptime of non-global (loco) zones. But you'll haveta buy me a drink to get the full story.