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Date: Mon, 21 Oct 1991 20:25-0000
From: email@example.com (Patrick A. O'Donnell)
Date: Mon, 21 Oct 1991 15:10 EDT
From: Dave@phoenix.sch.symbolics.com (David A. Bentzen)
Date: Mon, 21 Oct 1991 11:28 PDT
From: readingj@CERF.NET (John D. Reading)
... Anybody else care to share their record for uptime?
1METHUSELAH 30 weeks 2 hours 40 minutes 50 seconds
0 Well it seems that Methuselah lives up to his name! This cooresponds to
the last power outage that we had here at Chatsworth. One of the girls
here uses this machine on a regular basis.
Well, that just beats my record of 28 weeks 6 days 20 hours 40 minutes
6 seconds from 19 February to 10 September of this year. I was shut
down because of an A/C failure in our machine room.
We have had a MacIvory II(fx) stay up for more than 3 weeks so far.
Power cuts are the usual problem.
Show Machine Configuration (the name of a host [default PORTER]) TURTLE-DOVE
Macintosh IIfx: 68030 CPU, FPA, Apple Extended keyboard.
Motherboard: Apple Computer, Inc Macintosh II Built-In Video p/n 342-0733/342-0734/342-0735/342-0736 (id #x1F) rev Macintosh II Family 1.0 26-Jan-90.
NuBus slot 9: Radius Inc. Radius TPD p/n Firmware by Ron Marianetti (id #x150) rev V2.1.
NuBus slot A: Apple Computer/3Com EtherNet card p/n 670-0210 (id #x8) rev L.
NuBus slot B: Apple Computer Mac II High-Resolution Video Card p/n 341-0660 (id #x13) rev HRVC 1.0.
NuBus slot C: National Semiconductor NS8/16 Memory Expansion Card p/n NS8/16 (id #x10F) rev Rev. 2.21, 16MB total, 2.6MW in use.
NuBus slot D: National Semiconductor NS8/16 Memory Expansion Card p/n NS8/16 (id #x10F) rev Rev. 2.21, 16MB total, 2.6MW in use.
NuBus slot E: Symbolics Inc. MacIvory Processor p/n MacIvory-2 (id #x14F) s/n 021023 rev 10.0, Ivory rev2B, FPA.
SCSI address 3: SyQuest SQ555 FGJ, removable direct access, 86700 blocks of 512 bytes (42M bytes total).
SCSI address 4: SyQuest SQ555 FGJ, removable direct access, 86700 blocks of 512 bytes (42M bytes total).
SCSI address 5: MAXTOR XT-8380S B6B, direct access, 695928 blocks of 512 bytes (340M bytes total).
SCSI address 6: MAXTOR XT-8760S B6B, direct access, 1305678 blocks of 512 bytes (638M bytes total).
58% of a year beats our L-mach records flat.
How do other systems standup? ... Sun, Vax, HP, RS6000, NeXT, ...
- From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Patrick A. O'Donnell)