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    I was going to make a joke comment about using Jepsen here, but seems this is already part of the test suite! This is super impressive, and I’m sure a very cool learning project

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      Are they? The readme says the opposite:

      Jepsen tests, or similar system-wide correctness and reliability tests, are desirable but not yet implemented.

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        Yes you’re right! I seem to have failed a bit at reading comprehension….

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      I knew this had to have been submitted before but I did not remember who by. :)

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        I didn’t search for a prior submission. I’ve tried searching for a link prior to submission in the past, but that hasn’t worked well. I didn’t realize until today that I really need to click on the “Relevance” in the “Order by:” radio button section. In this specific case, pasting this URL into the search box results in 23469 results. Your previous submission is not on the first page of results with “Newest”, even though it is an exact match.

        I suggest that “Relevance” be the default instead of “Newest”.

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          There’s no rule against submitting again! I just found it funny I submitted this and forgot about it.

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