There are no simple "catch all" recipes in IT. I remember releases exporting broken config.xml.
There's more complex lesson:
don't repair unless broken (don't upgrade unless you are affected by an issue)
don't expect bug-free product, be ready for rollback (and take into consideration that even rollback may not be possible)
one should read all of the outstanding bug reports prior to purchasing a product.
Good, but this helps only to a limited extent. Vendor often don't publish most critical bugs. Cisco have no public list of outstanding bug reports at all. Just few bugs are mentioned in "Open caveats" section of Release Notes, but that's all.
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