How many times has your team had to roll back a database change from production in the last two weeks? If your answer is greater than zero, there might be a problem.
Database rollback functionality is important. It’s like having a fire extinguisher in your kitchen. You’re a responsible person for having it in case of emergencies. However, if you have fires in your kitchen over and over again, it’s a problem and you probably should look into prevention as well as having an emergency plan. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, after all.