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Network resources exhausted! Solana blockchain down for more than 7 hours SOL fell 14%

Solana was shut down yesterday (15) evening.

Solana official came forward to express that due to the heavy trading load, TPS once reached 400,000, resulting in a large number of nodes' memory exhaustion and disengagement.

Solana official has urgently released the restart verification tool, calling for verification nodes to put out the fire together.

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