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Right, am doing a soak test. How long before it crashes?

 
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Alex01UK
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 04, 2013 2:30 am    Post subject: Right, am doing a soak test. How long before it crashes? Reply with quote

Hi folks, I've pretty much finished installing my system now. 64bit Ubuntu Studio 13.1o, with the low latency kernel, and I've installed The Gnome 3 desktop, KDE & Unity and pretty much every app / util that I've ever used. Let's see how long I can run it before it crashes! Any bets?
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 04, 2013 4:14 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

That's easy just an application of Murphy's Law when you try something mission critical Twisted Evil

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 04, 2013 9:19 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Is there a command that tells you how long the system has been up?

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 04, 2013 5:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

uptime tells you how long since you booted; it is not refreshed after a logout, only a restart will do that.
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 04, 2013 8:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

And "last reboot" gives more historical information.
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 04, 2013 9:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

nelz wrote:
And "last reboot" gives more historical information.


Good one nelz, I've never seen that before. I wonder what other little gems can be got from wtmp? A trip to man last might be worthwhile when I'm less sleepy.
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 05, 2013 12:15 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Talking of uptime, ran that on a box at work yesterday. 1931 days up.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 17, 2013 1:48 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ram wrote:
Talking of uptime, ran that on a box at work yesterday. 1931 days up.


alex@armani:~$ uname -ia
Linux armani 3.11.0-14-lowlatency #6-Ubuntu SMP PREEMPT Wed Nov 20 23:59:04 UTC 2013 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
alex@armani:~$ last reboot
reboot system boot 3.11.0-14-lowlat Tue Dec 17 01:16 - 01:47 (00:31)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-14-lowlat Tue Dec 17 00:11 - 01:15 (01:04)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-14-lowlat Mon Dec 16 23:36 - 00:05 (00:29)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-14-lowlat Mon Dec 16 00:04 - 23:34 (23:29)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-14-lowlat Sun Dec 15 22:52 - 00:03 (01:11)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-14-lowlat Sun Dec 15 22:50 - 22:51 (00:00)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-14-lowlat Sun Dec 15 09:31 - 13:28 (03:57)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-14-lowlat Sun Dec 15 08:56 - 09:01 (00:04)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-14-lowlat Sun Dec 15 06:33 - 06:39 (00:06)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-14-lowlat Sun Dec 15 06:28 - 06:32 (00:03)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-14-lowlat Sun Dec 15 05:38 - 06:15 (00:37)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-14-lowlat Sun Dec 15 03:09 - 06:15 (03:05)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-14-lowlat Sun Dec 15 01:10 - 03:07 (01:57)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-14-lowlat Sat Dec 14 23:23 - 01:09 (01:45)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-14-lowlat Fri Dec 13 14:48 - 15:04 (00:16)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-14-lowlat Thu Dec 12 08:11 - 14:45 (1+06:34)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-14-lowlat Thu Dec 12 02:44 - 08:10 (05:25)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-14-lowlat Wed Dec 11 12:42 - 12:43 (00:01)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-14-lowlat Wed Dec 11 05:08 - 05:08 (00:00)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-14-lowlat Tue Dec 10 20:29 - 22:01 (01:32)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-14-lowlat Tue Dec 10 20:02 - 20:27 (00:25)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-14-lowlat Tue Dec 10 07:47 - 20:00 (12:13)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-13-lowlat Tue Dec 10 05:54 - 20:00 (14:06)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-13-lowlat Tue Dec 10 04:31 - 20:00 (15:29)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-13-lowlat Tue Dec 10 04:08 - 20:00 (15:52)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-13-lowlat Tue Dec 10 02:52 - 04:06 (01:14)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-13-lowlat Tue Dec 10 00:56 - 02:47 (01:51)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-13-lowlat Mon Dec 9 13:00 - 00:53 (11:53)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-13-lowlat Mon Dec 9 02:29 - 02:43 (00:14)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-13-lowlat Mon Dec 9 02:13 - 02:43 (00:30)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-13-lowlat Sat Dec 7 20:50 - 16:41 (19:51)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-13-lowlat Sat Dec 7 15:54 - 20:48 (04:54)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-13-lowlat Sat Dec 7 12:10 - 13:22 (01:12)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-13-lowlat Thu Dec 5 22:55 - 12:08 (1+13:12)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-13-lowlat Thu Dec 5 22:02 - 12:08 (1+14:06)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-13-lowlat Thu Dec 5 18:32 - 21:59 (03:27)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-13-lowlat Wed Dec 4 22:04 - 23:31 (01:27)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-13-lowlat Wed Dec 4 13:17 - 22:00 (08:43)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-13-lowlat Wed Dec 4 08:02 - 22:00 (13:5Cool
reboot system boot 3.11.0-13-lowlat Wed Dec 4 06:28 - 08:00 (01:31)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-13-lowlat Wed Dec 4 05:32 - 08:00 (02:27)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-13-lowlat Wed Dec 4 05:29 - 05:31 (00:01)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-13-lowlat Wed Dec 4 05:00 - 05:28 (00:27)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-13-lowlat Wed Dec 4 03:48 - 05:28 (01:39)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-13-lowlat Tue Dec 3 21:15 - 03:46 (06:31)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-13-lowlat Tue Dec 3 19:58 - 21:13 (01:14)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-13-lowlat Tue Dec 3 16:18 - 17:24 (01:06)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-13-lowlat Tue Dec 3 12:49 - 16:14 (03:24)
reboot system boot 3.11.0-13-lowlat Mon Dec 2 01:34 - 04:37 (03:02)

wtmp begins Sun Dec 1 19:45:50 2013
alex@armani:~$ uptime
01:48:02 up 31 min, 2 users, load average: 1.10, 1.78, 2.36
alex@armani:~$
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