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I would be interested to know if an large users of servers measure the uptime or downtime of their servers and if so why?
I recently put a question that asked if IT organizations track the uptime and down time of servers and Jim Teik responded, “In data center they do because they need to give report of system up time every end / beginning of the month. I have four follow-on questions: 1. Is the uptime that is...
How can I get the percentage uptime measurement from the iSeries?