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Old 24th January 2021, 08:41 AM   #41
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Well, some people at a train depot in China had to tell about Flash:

According to the contents of the WeChat public account “Dalian Train Depot” of Dalian Railway, it is stated that at 8pm on January 12, the district mayor in charge of station dispatching first reported that the system page of dispatching vehicles could not be displayed normally, which made it impossible to monitor train operation status. The marshalling group cannot be displayed, and the shunting plan cannot be compiled.

In the next half an hour, the same problem occurred in almost all the transportation and production computers.

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