Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by CompiledMonkey, Jan 20, 2003.
I think thats a record for windows XP.
except that it's a 2000 prof sp3 box
That's my work box.
Do you use it as a desktop?
its not mine, its just his webserver i believe. 100days is awesome for a desktop machine.
that chevrofreak machine is an AMD K62 350mhz lol
Some of our servers here at work have been up for 300-400 days. All Solaris operating systems.
my personal record is like 7 weeks (embarassingly short) on a p3 500 machine with 256mb of ram on xp
it just restarted itself one night lol
Linux - Redhat
11:03am up 35 days, 11:49, 1 user, load average: 0.00, 0.00, 0.00
Desktop - Windows Xp
[ 22 day(s), 1 hour(s), 28 minute(s), 57 second(s) ]
Daily Used Laptop - Windows Xp
[ 102 day(s), 6 hour(s), 4 minute(s), 22 second(s) ]
my e-dick is bigger
your e-dicks aren't patched and therefor have e-syphilis
Yes yes, we've heard it a million times already. Fact is, I don't really care about it being patchless. One, I'm behind enough infrastructure. Two, the way things are right now, I just don't care.
they are patched (except the laptop )
I'm thinking he just manually typed them in.
My dual-boot machine hasn't seen a full day of uptime since the summer.
The firewall is getting near 100 again though