pentium wrote:Well actually, in the last year they did upgrade the scheduling computers to Wintel Dell machines
Did a little reading .. okay, they are blaming a "computer glitch" for Failure One.
Am I correct that the system ran without any major malfunctions for approximately thirty years under OS/2 and three antique IBM "industrial" boxes ? Then they "upgraded" to Windows / Dell and within a year had a major disaster with the entire system down, no communications, people exiting the trains and walking alongside what may or may not have been 600v live tracks ?
Interesting. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/bri ... e19711156/
... not three days after the breakdown ...
Three days later an electrician on a spur track under construction, not even in service until 2016
allegedly tripped a circuit breaker which once again brought down the entire system ? So they suspended the electrician ?
We ran flawlessly for decades and if anything, the upgrading made the system more unstable.
Of course. The people running things now are imbeciles.
I don't know if you've noticed, the one thing about the Inner Party is that no matter what, they always get their
This ought to be fun to watch ... from my cave in the wilderness