Projects / Uptimed


Uptimed is an uptime record daemon keeping track of the highest uptimes the system ever had. Instead of using a pid file to keep sessions apart from each other, it uses the system boot time. Uptimed has the ability to inform you of records and milestones through syslog and e-mail, and comes with a console front end to parse the records, which can also easily be used to show your records on your Web page.


Recent releases

  •  21 May 2012 22:40

    Release Notes: This release added new backup database logic, support for kFreeBSD and GNU Hurd and various small patches from Debian.

    •  02 Jan 2009 07:41

      Release Notes: Just minor bugfixes and version mess cleanups were done.

      •  14 Dec 2008 18:24

        Release Notes: This release should not lose records.

        •  31 Oct 2007 12:47

          Release Notes: More statistics were added.

          •  19 Feb 2007 21:53

            Release Notes: More formatting changes.

            Recent comments

            07 May 2005 18:06 mrjones

            More info

            this is a nice program. Is there a home page, rpms links, etc? Thanks!

            11 Dec 2001 13:15 phyberop

            Great :)
            great program. wanted to get something like this for a while.

            28 Feb 1999 11:21 co9

            Uptimed Daemon - THX for the learning experience.
            I find this program really funny. I'm new to Linux but I've learned a *LOT* installing this. Like: make back-ups of files, don't do everything as 'root'. Really Great, THX.


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