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SubjectRe: Nasty suprise with uptime
Let's assume you have the counter changed to 32 bits - RIGHT NOW 
(tm). Build a kernel, install it, reboot. It'll be over a year (approx
Jan 2003) before the change will be noticeable...

Methinks that's a long time to wait for a result :-)


At 04:52 PM 10/29/01, J Sloan wrote:
>Matthew Dharm wrote:
> > No, but there are a couple of applicable Linux policies:
> > (1) If it breaks, you get to keep both halves.
> > (2) If it's broken, fix it yourself.
>hmm, maybe I'll send in an uptime patch and
>see what sort of feedback I get...
>Gotta get those 1000 day uptimes to silence
>the bsd bigots!

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