From: Herbert Poetzl (herbert_at_13thfloor.at)
Date: Wed 13 Oct 2004 - 15:44:42 BST
On Wed, Oct 13, 2004 at 02:48:16PM +0200, Mark Lawrence wrote:
> Having just read a post about someone using an older version of the
> linux-vserver patches I thought it might be interesting to submit the
> mlawren_at_xxxxxx:~/stats$ uname -a
> Linux xxxxxx 2.4.20ctx-17.dlg2 #1 SMP Mon Jun 23 10:03:41 GMT 2003 i686
> mlawren_at_xxxxxxA~/stats$ uptime
> 12:33:05 up 478 days, 1:01, 2 users, load average: 2.47, 1.99, 2.14
> The dlg2 tag on the kernel version refers to a Compaq DL 360 Generation 2
> (with 2 CPUs). This box has been in constant production (with three
> virtual servers) since the last time is was booted and apart from the
> occasional message regarding unknown TZ values, continues to perform
> without a hitch.
> This is more luck than anything else, because the first generation DL360s
> all had power-supply problems after a year and a half :-)
> Has anyone run a vserver kernel for longer? For that matter, has anyone
> run any linux kernel for longer?
can't compete here, but I updated a 2.4.21-p6c17e, a few
days ago, with an uptime of 512 days ...
(after a vserver was rooted)
> Mark Lawrence
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