Mike: if VMs encourage the dynamic creation and deletion of objects that ultimately leads to excessive memory use and potential errors, will that problem be compounded as we add more and more VMs to the network? In other words, would an error in one VM tend to compound an error in another, perhaps leading to a third? Or do all VMs function independently in that respect? (In which case, I suppose we could still see a collective weakness if several generated errors at the same time.)
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