uptime 4.0

twig les twigles at yahoo.com
Tue Dec 2 13:40:24 PST 2003


I have to ask...
What about patching?  My boxes are stripped down but eventually
need a patch and subsequent reboot.  That said I do have one 4.6
box at 267 (firewalled, very protected network).

--- Roger 'Rocky' Vetterberg <listsub at 401.cx> wrote:
> Eric Anderson wrote:
> > Steve Bertrand wrote:
> > 
> >>> Did you even READ the message?  It definitely was advocacy
> related if 
> >>> you ask me.. 1200 days uptime?  That's no question -
> that's an ANSWER.
> >>>
> >>
> >> My deepest apologies! I am very sorry to make such an
> insulting post.
> >>
> >> My bad...my bad...I'll go back to see if mine made 200+
> yet.
> >>
> > 
> > :) no worries.. just wanted to make sure you realized what
> you were 
> > looking at.. 1200 is crazy..
> > 
> > Heh - my highest uptime on a box is 630 days - FreeBSD
> 4.5-RELEASE..
> > 
> > Eric
> > 
> 
> I've seen 650+ days on a FreeBSD 4.4-REL. Then someone was
> moving some 
> UPS's around and managed to unplugg *both* powersupplies at
> the same 
> time. Redundancy doesnt help if the admins are idiots.
> 
> I do know of a P90 running OpenBSD that is closing in on 900
> days, but I 
> guess that belongs on another mailinglist.
> 
> --
> R
> 
> 
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