SB wrote: One of my colleague was new to the office. He was given the task of installing the OS on multiple systems for few days to learn and understand the products. He had the document printed how to format and install the OS. One day his lead had told him to install Windows and linux on few systems in the lab. As usual he started his job by formatting the systems and installing fresh OS on them. Unfortunately, that day accidentally he had formatted the build storage system which was used by the entire team. His teammates started complaining that their build system is not accessible. It was a very critical system for them.
Thank god. We had the central storage build server which had all the builds copied in it and then distributed to other build systems. Within few minutes we could bring up the new build machine for them and the team was very happy.
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