September 4, 2013
NASDAQ OMX Updates Statement on the Securities Information Processor
NEW YORK, Sept. 4, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- NASDAQ OMX issued the following statement:
Earlier today, the Securities Information Processor (SIP), which consolidates and disseminates prices for the industry, experienced a six-minute outage in one of six of the quote dissemination channels, specifically in symbols PC through SPZ. The issue was promptly resolved. Trading systems were not affected, and the market closed at the end of the trading day in an orderly manner.
The incident will be reviewed by the Unlisted Trading Privileges Securities Information Processor committee (UTP SIP committee), a 15-member committee of exchanges, market participants and regulators that oversee the system. NASDAQ OMX, the operator of the SIP, communicated closely with the investing public, the UTP SIP committee, market participants, other exchanges and regulators.
A preliminary review of the incident found that the SIP experienced a hardware memory failure in a back-end server at 11:35 a.m. ET, affecting price quotes for a limited range of Tape C securities (PC through SPZ). The system successfully failed over and operated normally to disseminate price quotes.
Get that part, Billie Sue? "a hardware memory failure in a back-end server", inept moron...
Nasdaq crash was caused by dodgy software
It was not hackers after all. Apparently the three-hour halt in trading arose from shonky software. The software appears to have gone wrong after the Arca system of NYSE Euronext tried several times to connect with the Nasdaq system.
However, there are 4 Ways to Recover From a Crashed or Frozen X Server on Linux..bing it
There went your last rare bit of cred. That is patently untrue and there is plenty of evidence to call you as big a LIAR and FRAUD as Billie Sue.
The DoD and the various defense and space related agencies and businesses wouldn't touch Linux with a ten foot pole if your ridiculous assertion were even partially true which of course it is not.
You're just another wally or hawcreek or Billie Sue type of crackpot.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
I suppose you know more about what happened at NASDAQ better than NASDAQ does, but hey! That's to be expected from a genius such as yourself, eh', Billie Sue?
I mean, some of the reasons that you are so popular here are your incisive wit, your illuminating technical mastery of the vast universe of computing related concepts and your blindingly brilliant command of the English language.
You are indeed a joy to the intellect and we all love you more than sunshine.
Laughably pathetic moron...
Sentiment: Strong Sell