Collapse of Capitalism (5)

Collapse happened!

Yesterday: Blue Screen

Today: Safe Mode
Banks in safe mode will have reduced functionality, but the task of isolating problems is easier because many non-core components are disabled (turned off). A bank that will only boot into its safe mode typically has a major problem, such as corruption or the installation of poorly configured managment that prevents the bank from successfully booting into its normal operating mode. Though it varies by banks, typically safe mode loads as few executable modules as possible and usually disables devices, except for the minimum necessary to display information and accept input. Safe mode can also take the form of a parallel "miniature" bank that has no configuration information shared with usual banks.

Ow, before I forgot, the original article you will find here, but I changed some expressions ...

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