On Fri, 28 Jul 2006, Atom Powers wrote:
On 7/28/06, User Freebsd <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Towards that end, as a starter, I would like to encourage everyone out
there running 1 or more FreeBSD boxes to go to
register all of your hosts, and install /usr/ports/sysutils/uptimec and
get it running ...
Heh. You won't get more than a tiny percentage of hosts that way; I
believe most of us, even those on this list (which is nowhere close to
the total user base), don't care to be listed.
My shop runs 30+ FreeBSD hosts, and I have several more for personal
use. But of those there are maybe 2-3 that I would be ok with listing
and exactly zero that I will actually list. It's not that I don't want
to help, but I'm not going to run a process like that on a production
It is definitely your perogative, but I'm curious as to why not? You have
the source code for the client, so its not some sort of 'spyware' that is
sitting running on your machine ...
I could see if it was some closed-source client ...
Marc G. Fournier Hub.Org Networking Services (http://www.hub.org)
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