UNIX robustness

David C. Jenner djenner at halcyon.com
Thu Jan 28 13:24:31 AEST 1999

Yes, and it was almost 2 years between reboots.  Otherwise, they were
rather rare, and I can't remember why.  I have all the console logs
around somewhere under a pile, and if/when I uncover them, I'll look
through them to see what happened.  Maybe I'll suddenly report it here
in 6 months--after my next reboot, err, cleanup.


Greg Lehey wrote:

> I think you'd have to consider a reboot to be a failure.  Steveen
> could say better than I, but I'd expect 2.9BSD to have told you why it
> died.  2.11BSD certainly does.
> Greg
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