David Alexander Kapustein
|Birthdate||January 25, 2003|
|Weight||7 lb 11 oz|
Knowledge Base Article Q000001: Known Issues
The information in this article applies to:
As with all .0 releases, there are some known issues that slipped past QA including:
All users are strongly encouraged to select and enroll in a rHeduced
Maintenance Option or Premier Patron Organization, to ensure regular
maintenance on a timely yet affordable schedule. Failure to properly maintain
and administer the system may lead to an unsupported configuration,
unexpectedly high costs, and/or an inability to upgrade the system (the
release may reach an "End-of-Life").
- I/O: The secondary output device is performing within normal
tolerances, though the output is less than desirable. We
expect to improve this with several patches and point
releases in the future. Development is also hard at work
on a "self-regulating" enhancement, which will
automatically handle all output w/o manual intervention.
We know our users eagerly await this feature! In the
meantime, users may want to consider a robust garbage
- Audio: The speaker system is fully functional though
experiencing occasional, unexpected bursts of output.
The hardware is fully certified, so the problem appears
to be with the software. Our QA team is hard at work
analyzing the system and all diagnostics point to a
predictable set of issues, though we don't have the
patterns fully worked out yet.
- System Temperature: The system is performing within normal
bounds, though the temperature tolerances
are rather narrow at this time. This will
be corrected in a future release. Until
then, we advise our users to maintain the
temperature within acceptable norms. If the
system gets too warm or -- more often --
too cold, the built-in diagnostic system
will identify the problem and generate an
audible warning. However, due to the
current audio problems these temperature
alarms may not be easily distinguished from
other alerts. Users can detect the
differences with a little effort, learning
the subtle but distinct frequencies and
durations of the alerts; we advise new
users pay careful attention to these
warnings during initial deployment to
ensure a robust and 'healthy' system.
- Maintenance: This release requires a high degree of system
management ("care-and-feeding") on a regular
basis. Future releases will add higher level
algorithms for greater degrees of
self-maintenance, reducing administration
oversight. However, as with all complex systems,
there will always be a maintenance effort to
ensure proper operation.
Please direct all further inquiries to the President and managing partner, Kimberly Kapustein.
We hope you enjoy the system, and look forward to a long and rewarding relationship.
| ||- Howard Kapustein, Senior Manager, The Kapustein Corp ("We Bring Good Things To Life")|
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