Recently a user had a request to rollback an update. He was told, he can’t. That made me think how future updates will be handled.
We all know from Microsoft that there are huge issues with Windows 10 updates from time to time. This poses 3 questions to me:
- How are updates deployed in the future to prevent SNOs to update to a faulty Tardigrade version at the same time causing their nodes to fail?
- What if a Tardigrade version turns out to be faulty and a SNO cannot rollback?
And 3. but this is more general: Windows 10 causes a lot of problems with updates. Would it be possible that a Windows update kills so many nodes that data is lost? Wouldn’t it be feasible to take into account for ingress data the OS of the node as well to distribute it fairly across differen versions?