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Recently I have to work with AGV controller to integrate it with .NET application via TCP/IP Socket. Factory is using it to control robots on the factory floor. The only issue is factory is working at 100% capacity (by the way it produces water heaters ) and there is only one controller available to use when one of the production line is not using it. Despite the fact that everything worked OK when I have tested it and during UAT. There are strange issues happening and only way to test those was to put my untested code in production environment. Finally I was able to figure out that Controller is giving up connection once in a while failing to recognize message from .NET or other way around. I still have no idea why it is doing it but at least I was able to provide solution to reconnect and resend. Deploying untested code in the production was scary.

What would you do when there is no way to replicate situations happening in production environment ?
Zen and the art of software maintenance : rm -rf *

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