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    i work at a college here in california and we had a linux server running redhat 9.1 it was up for 323 days with out any sort of problem....and the only reason it went down was because of a power outage...i almost cried!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jubjub2m6
    i work at a college here in california and we had a linux server running redhat 9.1 it was up for 323 days with out any sort of problem....and the only reason it went down was because of a power outage...i almost cried!
    highest uptime i ever had was 74 days and it was on a freebsd box, and same thing, i woulda had it up another 68 days if it werent for a power out,

    this one is:

    20:50:49 up 3 days, 21:41, 3 users, load average: 0.10, 0.22, 0.16

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeremy1701
    18:07:57 up 30 days, 2:28, 1 user, load average: 1.48, 0.89, 0.84

    I got to around 30 days three months in a row and had to start over due to power outages.

    Then I got UPS

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    I need to get another UPS. My previous shutdown(106 days ago) was caused be the death of my 4 year old Minuite Man.
    OH NOOOOO!!!!!! You did it the way I said?

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    I'd seriously consider Belkin as an UPS solution. The disk actaully had Linux drivers on it, in several formats (rpm, tar.gz). It installed flawlessly and worked out of the box. I got my 15 minute UPS for less then $40, if I remember right.

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    My record up time was 45d 1h 10m, I think I rebooted to a new kernel, it was sort of "not now... :/ but I wana try the new kernel...". Now it's 1 hour, due to [insert excuse]

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    Yeh it was hard to keep a good uptime when the 2.6.x was relesed.

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    My longest was i think about 60 days, but then after updating the kernel thru YaT Online Update, it reccomended a reboot

    hint: For good uptime, don't update kernel.

    hint: For good working system, update kernel.

    a minor dilemma i know!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeremy1701
    I'd seriously consider Belkin as an UPS solution. The disk actaully had Linux drivers on it, in several formats (rpm, tar.gz). It installed flawlessly and worked out of the box. I got my 15 minute UPS for less then $40, if I remember right.

    Jeremy
    I was looking at a couple of options, from Belkin, just the other day. Wasn't aware of the Linux drivers. Thanks for that. Belkin it will be.
    OH NOOOOO!!!!!! You did it the way I said?

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    as of now its 1 day 12 hours not much but its a start, I just realized that I dont have to boot all the time anymore

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    18:31:56 up 51 min, 5 users, load average: 0.96, 0.80, 0.75


    Its only the 5th time I've put Fedora on this same computer too!

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