# Re: vancouver revisited

`"Peter 'p2' De Schrijver" <p2@mind.be> wrote in message
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I think you misunderstood me here. The limit is a upper limit, not a

lower limit.
Perhaps i'm wrong but let me pull up the original message. ...

- the release architecture must have N+1 buildds where N is the number
required to keep up with the volume of uploaded packages
- the value of N above must not be > 2

Ok. If you invert those two and convert them to plain english:
The number of buildds required to keep up with the
volume of uploaded packages must not be greater than two.

`There must be that many buildds, in addition there must also be a redundant
``buildd.
`
The key lack-of-word is 'exactly'. If the original message read:

`the release architecture must have exactly N+1 buildds where N is the
``number ...
`

then it imposes an upper bound.

`However if there is 10 buildds, then it is true that there is 2 buildds.
``[the difference is 'the truth' vs. 'the whole truth'].
``Just like if I own 2 TVs, it is true that I own a TV. (In many languages
``other than english,
`the word 'a' == 'one').
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