[RC5] Uptime and/or CPU time records?

Rolf Stals R.Stals at oke.nl
Fri Jun 8 19:15:10 EDT 2001


I heard about a lost novell server stayed up and running for 4 years. Only
nobody knew were the server was because it was lost during a renovation of
the building. It turned out that they put the server on the wrong side of a
new wall. But it did its job perfect during those 4 years :)

Rolf


At 12:26 8-6-01 +0100, you wrote:
>try Unix... - 1 year...2 years...
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>At Friday, 08 June 2001, you wrote:
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>>It's 49 days and 16 hours. It does not seem like it's an absolute limit
>>however, considering the testimonies from people who have run it 
>longer.
>>The article at microsoft.com also claims that Windows "may" crash after
>>49.7 days. While I did not reach it, I got within 40 hours of it 
>running
>>rc5des continuously, playing quake daily, and running a wide range of
>>moderately heavy applications like IE and whatever, on my Pentium 
>90 with
>>40 megs of ram and a broken CPU fan. During the three years between
>>installing the os and setting this personal best, I regularly abused 
>my box
>>by installing all kinds of crap software and filling up the registry.
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>>At 21:24 2001-06-07 -0400, someone wrote:
>>>I believe it was 72 days.
>>>And, no one kept Win9x up that long unless they left the 'puter 
>in solitaire
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