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Re: [vox] What's your uptime!?

From a couple AIX boxen that I mangle:

aix3: 06:09PM up 338 days, 12:54, 0 users, load average: 0.02, 0.03, 0.06
aix5: 06:09PM up 338 days, 12:51, 1 user, load average: 0.04, 0.09, 0.11

ObAIX: It'll be a cold day before IBM stops supporting AIX in favour of Linux on RS/6000/pSeries hardware.

ObpSeries: IBM p690's are pretty cool. Dynamic Logical Partitioning with AIX 5.2 (aka, dynamically moving processors around logical systems [Dynamic LPARs in IBM Speak]).


On Friday, Feb 7, 2003, at 14:21 US/Pacific, Bill Kendrick wrote:

LUGOD's "Testimonials" page includes a list of some impressive uptimes
( http://www.lugod.org/testimonials/ )

  Users' Contributed Uptimes:

    * 307 days - Reported by Zach Johnson, 2001.Dec.19
    * 291 days - Reported by Henry House, 2001.Dec.20
    * 244 days - Reported by Marc Hall, 2003.Feb.07
    * 244 days - Reported by Don Werve, 2002.Mar.20
    * 219 days - Reported by Zach Johnson, 2001.Dec.19
    * 202 days - Reported by Zach Johnson, 2001.Dec.19
    * 163 days - Reported by Bill Kendrick, 2003.Feb.07

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