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Toyota Reports Necessity of Halting Operations at 14 Japanese Factories in August Due to Full Discs

On the 29th of August, a mishap occurred within the IT system of Toyota’s car manufacturing plant in Japan, resulting in all 14 factories having to halt production for a day. Toyota did not disclose the exact nature of the server involved, which caused such a widespread impact on the production line nationwide. However, they did mention that the problematic system was a long-standing database server, and when its disk reached maximum capacity, it ceased functioning. The recovery process took time, as the database had to be migrated to a new server.

These 14 Japanese factories collectively account for approximately one-third of Toyota’s global production capacity. In light of this incident, Toyota extends their sincerest apologies to their customers, suppliers, and all stakeholders affected by the temporary halt in production.

TLDR: A technical issue involving a long-standing database server forced Toyota’s 14 factories in Japan to halt production for a day, affecting one-third of their global manufacturing capacity. Toyota apologizes for any inconvenience caused.

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