[HackerNews] Why Database Patching Best Practice Just Doesn’t Work and How to Fix It

Patching really, really matters – patching is what keeps technology solutions from becoming like big blocks of Swiss cheese, with endless security vulnerabilities punching hole after hole into critical solutions.
But anyone who’s spent any amount of time maintaining systems will know that patching is often easier said than done.
Yes, in some instances, you can just run a command line to install

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