My Linode SLA

I've been using Linode for a while and somewhere along the way I installed this thing called uptimed, I'll just leave the output here.

[email protected] ~ % uprecords 
     #               Uptime | System                                     Boot up
----------------------------+---------------------------------------------------
     1   868 days, 19:24:39 | Linux 2.6.32.16-linode28  Tue Jan 11 13:54:15 2011
     2   253 days, 21:22:35 | Linux 2.6.39.1-linode34   Sun Oct 20 00:49:48 2013
     3   241 days, 05:36:31 | Linux 3.14.5-x86_64-lino  Mon Jun 30 22:24:01 2014
->   4   144 days, 08:27:47 | Linux 3.18.5-x86_64-lino  Fri Feb 27 03:40:54 2015
     5   143 days, 13:33:07 | Linux 2.6.39.1-linode34   Wed May 29 10:31:57 2013
     6     0 days, 00:15:26 | Linux 3.18.5-x86_64-lino  Fri Feb 27 03:25:13 2015
     7     0 days, 00:01:24 | Linux 2.6.39.1-linode34   Wed May 29 10:19:48 2013
----------------------------+---------------------------------------------------
1up in    96 days, 21:08:45 | at                        Mon Oct 26 09:17:23 2015
no1 in   724 days, 10:56:53 | at                        Sat Jul 15 00:05:31 2017
    up   1651 days, 20:41:2 | since                     Tue Jan 11 13:54:15 2011
  down     0 days, 01:32:57 | since                     Tue Jan 11 13:54:15 2011
   %up               99.996 | since                     Tue Jan 11 13:54:15 2011

IIRC only one downtime was due to Linode.

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That looks great! Glad to see your uptime be so good and that we can help provide that for you.

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