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Re: [vox] Biggest uptimes!



On Sat, Feb 18, 2006 at 03:31:37PM -0800, trixter aka Bret McDanel wrote:

> This is not a criticism of any particular contestant, just a warning
> that you shouldnt sacrifice security just to have a higher uptime, if
> you want, write something that will save and reset your uptime at each
> shutdown/startup so you can at least patch your kernel if it ever has
> any vulnerabilities that are disclosed and fixed.  Most other stuff can
> be upgraded without rebooting, generally anyway.

They should make the Linux kernel patchable without rebooting so we can
have safe uptime contests.

=)

-Mark


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