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SubjectRe: MTBF data for linux
On  1 Sep, Jim Garlick wrote:
> Can someone point me to MTBF data for Linux? I realize this is kind of
> vague. Ideally I would like MTBF for kernel 2.2.14 running on SMP Alpha,
> but any data is better than nothing. This is to help win an argument to
> put linux on a large cluster. Thanks in advance.
>
> Jim Garlick
>

The answer is pretty simple...

longer than any hardware you put it on!

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