|Jay-Jay ||28th July 2005 12:22 |
Lolzors, still active
I reached 28k apparently. Still 1 machine left somewhere in the desert :-)
I really really wonder where this machine is. This means that there is a server already folding 4 years now, without anyone finding out.
|jmke ||28th July 2005 13:46 |
a heavily used machine ;)
it's like the server in a building which replied to ping but they could not find it. turned out it was hidden behind a wall which had been placed there a few years after the server was installed :)
|Jay-Jay ||28th July 2005 14:28 |
Yeah, heard of that story. Wasn't it a linux server that had been turning for 6-7 years behind that wall? Talking about decent uptime :)
|jmke ||28th July 2005 14:48 |
not linux/unix, but Novell :)
The University of North Carolina has finally found a network server that, although missing for four years, hasn't missed a packet in all that time. Try as they might, university administrators couldn't find the server. Working with Novell Inc. (stock: NOVL), IT workers tracked it down by meticulously following cable until they literally ran into a wall. The server had been mistakenly sealed behind drywall by maintenance workers. http://www.techweb.com/wire/story/TWB20010409S0012
|Jay-Jay ||8th December 2005 20:48 |
Lol 30000 points and 1000 WU's completed
|Maddy ||10th December 2005 14:48 |
Today over 300.000 points in 2840 WU's
|Jay-Jay ||12th February 2006 13:56 |
32391 ... Still counting...
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