If you think that running your Unix (/Linux, if you insist) system forever to get an uptime you can brag about, then think again: What will happen next time you actually have to reboot that machine?
Table of Contents
00:01:50 When machines don’t come up again
00:05:40 Designing systems so reboots are possible
00:06:36 Problems with restarting old hard disks
00:09:45 Security aspects
00:10:10 Recovering from reboots