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    Windows 2000 Server No Reboot

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    Stackerz,

    I've never seen this before, so I took a screen shot. One of our IVR server has not rebooted in 880 days!~ That's 2.4 years!~ This server ran perfectly with no freezes or crashes. And if you look closely, the C drive total size is 2.99GB with 34.5MB of free space. That's AMAZING!~
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    Re: Windows 2000 Server No Reboot

    haha.. now that's what i'm talking about!

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    Re: Windows 2000 Server No Reboot

    pretty low network traffic for 2.4 years though! hah. not bad, when i used Windows Server i rebooted every month or so, for windows updates usually. it's not a half bad server OS.
    nothing beats ubuntu though! :-)
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    Re: Windows 2000 Server No Reboot

    LOL Talk about long uptime

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    Re: Windows 2000 Server No Reboot

    PINStack also now runs on Microsoft Windows Server 2003. As much as I'm not a big fan of MS it's what I'm certified and my Linux experience is still somewhat limited.

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    It's Dual processor more than double the needed RAM, 200GB HD

    *As many of you noticed last week at night there were a lot of error pages within the forums, it was because the last webhost only allowed a MAX of 200 MySql connections.

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