utility to track high uptimes - daemon
The uptime daemon tracks a system's highest uptimes via boot IDs,
using the system boot time to keep sessions apart from each other.
It features a console program to display statistics, and can
send mail if a milestone or a new record is reached.
5. Contacting the author
Uptimed is an uptime record daemon keeping track of the highest uptimes a
computer system ever had. It uses the system boot time to keep sessions
apart from each other. Uptimed comes with a console front-end to parse the
records, which can also easily be
1. My platform is listed as unsupported. What to do now?
2. Support status for various platforms
3. Getting the uptime on unsupported platforms
1. My platform is unsupported. What to do now?
First of all, do not panic. Chances are that uptimed will work on your
platform with little or no modifications.
There are basically three r
uprecords - provides uptime records
uprecords [ -?abBcfkKMsv ] [ -i <interval> ] [ -m <count> ]
This manual page documents the uprecords program.
uprecords is a program that provides record statistics from
the uptimed(8) program.
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uptimed.conf - T
uptimed - daemon
uptimed (1:0.3.17-3.1) unstable; urgency=low
* Non-maintainer upload with maintainer's agreement.
- new backup database logic
(thanks to Thibaut Varene <firstname.lastname@example.org>)
- Add reason to save_records (SIGTERM/SIGHUP==reboot, none==CRASH??)
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