I was on the other side of planet earth all on my own, no-one to call when things got ugly. I was doing some remote work on a server at the country I was in. For a change, I thought I would have a go at using Windows 3.1 Winfile instead of DOS Norton Commander, but over the 14.4k modem the screen updates were really-really slow. "Oops" I clicked delete and then OK for it to delete all files on the OS/2 server. It was like a slow motion train wreck, nothing I could do, it slowly deleted everything in front of my eyes. The server I had deleted all the files from was core to the data communication system; all other servers of the data communication system started up from it. Complicated stuff with many configuration files that were being regularly updated whist debugging the new unreliable system, no regular tape backups; just the odd occasional one. The system kept running...phew! All I had to do now was book a flight to the other end of the country the following day. I had to get there before the next system crash, as crashes happened most days being a new system. Attempt to restore from backup, if complete enough, if good enough, if current enough to restore the folders, configuration files, then a very brave attempt of a complete system restart. Sphincter was like a goldfish mouth for 24 hours... got it going! If I hadn't, I don't know what I would have done.