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Domino server up time: eat this, Microsoft!

Michael Brown   August 19 2016 02:46:25 AM
There are some things that we just take for granted.

I have this Domino server in the cloud, on Amazon Web Services.  It just occurred to me that I hadn't updated the Amazon Linux that it's running on for a while now.  So I logged in to check it out and I was right: it has been a while.  517 days, in fact!

That's 1.42 years.

Or one year and five months, or thereabouts.
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In fact, it would likely have been a lot longer of that, if I hadn't take it down to upgrade it to Domino 9.0.1 in the first place.

You know what?  I think I'm just going to leave it as is, and see how long it goes for...
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1Keith  08/19/2016 8:15:17 AM  Domino server up time: eat this, Microsoft!

But it appears to have only done about 180 transactions per day.

My development server has already done 2 million transactions today.

It's easy to keep a server running when it isn't doing much.

2Michael Brown  08/19/2016 7:19:51 PM  Domino server up time: eat this, Microsoft!

No, the server doesn't do a right lot, to be sure!!

Still, I've seen Windows file and print servers that weren't doing too much either, but were lucky to go a week without needing a reboot.

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