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SubjectRe: MTBF data for linux
> > We ran 1.2.13lmp for about 1100 days before the box finally got
> > turned off - twice around the uptime clock and more
> That's must be some kind of unofficial record... I though 400+ days
> was pretty neat, but 1100 says is really impressive, especially on a
> kernel which has races with jiffie wraps...

As Alan wrote, dedicated-to-one-job servers can be quite stable;
here's something from one of our mailservers:

10:46 [poczta(p0)$/home/lech7] last -6 reboot
reboot ~ Thu Jun 16 07:35 [2000]
reboot ~ Thu Jun 16 07:35 [2000]
reboot ~ Wed Jun 1 14:11 [2000]
reboot ~ Wed Jun 1 14:11 [2000]
reboot ~ Tue Sep 24 20:27 [1996]
reboot ~ Tue Sep 24 20:27 [1996]
reboot ~ Mon Sep 16 16:03 [1996]
reboot ~ Mon Sep 16 16:03 [1996]

I added year in square brackets, to make the right impression:
1375 days... :)

--
Leszek.

-- lech7@pse.pl 2:480/33.7 -- REAL programmers use INTEGERS --
-- speaking just for myself...
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