george at galis.org
Mon Apr 11 14:30:00 PDT 2005
On Mon, Apr 11, 2005 at 08:41:24PM -0000, Andreas Hauser wrote:
>phessler wrote @ Mon, 11 Apr 2005 12:28:47 -0700:
>Sure but i'm more interested in uhm real time :P
>You can fake speed benchmarks too, but that won't change the reality that
>openbsd is slow and theo doesn't care about it.
>And 187 days is far from my goal or what i have reached with other systems.
>But then 2400 days ago there was no DragonFly BSD ...
I think more important than big uptime, is scheduled
maintenance. I've often pondered the idea of a progie
that captures the uptime and increments a reboot
counter for (and only for) scheduled power cycles.
guess it could be accumulated in a file, but never
seemed worth the trouble.
I can say that uptime roll-overs suck, spent half hour
researching why a Linux box rebooted one day, turns out
to have been on 2**16 seconds, blah. There is a pretty
good bug report for it... my client likes his uptime
so I came up with this hack.
echo $((`cat /proc/uptime | sed 's/\..*/ /'` + 42949673 )) | sed 's/$/ seconds/' | secs2dhms
578 days 23 hours 56 mins 20 secs
What's the dfly rollover?
George Georgalis, systems architect, administrator Linux BSD IXOYE
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