This is a paragraph i copied from the M$ site about
their new windows 2003 server product.

This is really funny....

The Microsoft.com operations team is focused on helping the Windows Server 2003 product team improve the reliability and availability of Windows Server 2003. For example, Stucky, Montgomery, and other Microsoft.com engineers track every time they need to reboot a server, and they pass that information to the product team. They rarely reboot Windows Server 2003 with IIS 6.0—perhaps a tenth as often as Windows 2000 Server with IIS 5.0, they estimate. "We're seeing crazy uptime numbers now, like three months, six months. I fully expect we'll see a year of uptime when Windows Server 2003 is finished," Stucky says.

Did you pay close attention to the uptimes mentioned....
How funny....and i thought they had always said that
their uptimes where longer than 3,6 months...
and they are bragging that win2003 server will have uptimes
of those times mentioned....honestly....i think ...that
those numbers are not to good to brag about....


here is the link if you want to read the full story:

http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserver2003...ngondotnet.mspx

Let me know what you think.....


if you running linux...post your uptimes here....
right now my box has been up for 10 days.....



will repost when i have to reboot my machine for
any reason and post the latest uptime numbers