Andres Genovez a icrit :
>>> It is not the size of your uptime that matters, it is what you do with
> Nice One :)
Well, I can see a pattern...
Every year or so, someone runs into a Linux box that has not been
rebooted or patched in a LONG time, usually because someone else higher
in company's hierarchy doesn't want it rebooted.
Then, amazed by the fact that an idle box does not crash when left doing
nothing but idle, he just HAS to come over and brag about the uptime of
that mostly idle box because it is three or more digits long.
The truth is, most people here don't care about uptime, let alone the
uptime of Linux boxes, and in OpenBSD land you better have a GOOD reason
to have an uptime longer than two releases.
Obviously, being amazed by the uptime of an idle box is not really a
good reason ;-)