Date: 2018-01-09 01:41
This procedure ran painfully slowly it took about 66 hours to dump a little more than 7 MB from the tape onto the target disk, and nobody could tell me why. All they knew was that the official software had to be used to load the bootstrap routine, and then the file dumps.
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Or so it seemed, until the first hiccup. Shortly after putting all of the code into source control and automating the builds, the application started failing in production. Specifically, the web service calls out to a third party web service for a few operations, and those calls universally failed in production.
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Thanks to Hired , we’ve got the opportunity to bring you another little special project- Legacy Hardware. Hold on tight for a noir-thriller that dares to ask the question: “ why does everything in our organization need to talk to an ancient mainframe? ” Also, it’s important to note, Larry Ellison really does have a secret lair on a volcanic island in Hawaii.