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Is there a tool for tracking uptimes across reboots?

A tool such as this might on the surface appear to serve no real useful purpose, but people that take care of systems like to brag, and uptime is just one of those things that they like to brag about ...
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Convert linux sysuptime to well format date

I want to display /proc/uptime in well format as: DD:HH:MM:SS /proc/uptime give me up time of system in seconds, is there a standard solution that convert seconds to this format?
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How to get a process uptime under different OS?

Under Linux I can get a process's uptime in seconds with: echo $(($(cut -d "." -f1 /proc/uptime) - $(($(cut -d " " -f22 /proc/$PID/stat)/100)))) But how can I get it under different OS? ex.: ...
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Uptime on solaris

I have logged into school server which is running Solaris. I am to print the number of minutes from booting the server. I am using uptime and recieve this output 8:05pm up 12 day(s), 1:56, 11 ...
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How to know why server keeps restarting?

It seems that my server keeps restarting. I want to know why. How can I know when the last time server was rebooted and why? root pts/0 139.193.156.125 Thu Aug 8 21:10 still logged in ...
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How is uptime calculated?

I was wondering how uptime is calculated. Is it simply the difference between now and boot time? More specifically-- If I were to boot up, run for 5 minutes, and put the machine to sleep for a year; ...
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Finding computer uptime from first day until now

I need to find PC uptime from the day of installation until now. Is this logged somewhere? Does any file log this cumulative uptime?
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Uptime and who -b are showing different times when the system was last booted on Linux

I have a Linux system where it is showing to me two different times when the system was last booted. root@linux:~ # who -b; uptime system boot 2009-07-09 20:51 11:48am up 1 day 0:54, 1 ...
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Understanding system load

I was looking at the system load of my shared hosting account. $ uptime 09:14:37 up 21 days, 5:38, 4 users, load average: 3.85, 4.96, 5.21 I'm not worried by the first and second values, they ...