new_guy a icrit :
> I know. Longest uptime is silly, macho, pointless stuff... but I ran across
> an old SunOS 2.6 box that had been up for 387 days. It had been hacked. The
> only reason it was not an open mail relay is that /var was full. So, I
> thought to myself, "I bet I could run an OpenBSD box for that amount of time
> or longer without getting hacked and without doing much to it." Just
> wondering what's the longest OpenBSD uptime some folks on misc have seen?
It is not the size of your uptime that matters, it is what you do with it.