Ok, from the application note under the topic 2.4 Wrong setup issues
Starting from VCC the gate voltage is decreased down to the Miller plateau region, but the gate charge is not enough to complete the plateau and the Miller clamp is closed before the Vds commutation is ended. The MOSFET is immediately turned off and as a consequence the output of the power stage is subjected to a strong slew rate which could cause critical issues.
In the second case the gate charge is not enough to complete the Miller plateau region (see
Figure 12). In this case the output commutation is not completed and the overcurrent
protection, which measures the voltage drop on the MOSFET, is triggered even if very low
or even no load current is present.
The document itself is about the setup of the system to suit the selected MOSFETS, however they don’t give an actual example! (and I don’t understand).