Re: Empty /tmp on boot
- From: houghi <houghi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 3 Jun 2006 20:35:32 +0200
Robert Hull wrote:
On Saturday 03 Jun 2006 11:56, Theo v. Werkhoven
<theo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in alt.os.linux.suse:
I really do not see the point in keeping a desktop machine up andHow often do you install security updates that *require* a reboot (i.e.
running when it's not doing anything worthwhile.
Servers; of course, but not longer than periods between (security)
those that patch the kernel)?
When they are available. That if you are replying to the servers uptime.
If you are replying about uptime in general. Who cares what your uptime
is. It is as relevant to technical issues as the colour of a racing car.
i know of a company who had an uptime of a webserver of 3 years, because
they forgot it existed. I also know of a company who reboot each and
every server every month, so they know it will go up again in case of
Uptime is nothing more then saying "mine is larger then yours".
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