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Here is the next target to beat; a PC purchased in 2003 with 16.1 years running time (141173 hours on the drive).

Here is the next target to beat; a PC purchased in 2003 with 16.1 years running time (141173 hours on the drive).

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  1. Restarted an average of roughly ten times per year, love it!

  2. In a state capitol building, a Pentium 166 ran Red Hat 6 for some eternity before capitol renovations two years ago forced a replacement of the systems, including the phone system running Solaris 2.6

    No smart data. But jesus was it old…

  3. That’s pretty damn good lol.

    My oldest is a Seagate 3TB with 46,000 hours, 193 pwr on count.

    It’s in caution status on SMART which I suppose isn’t surprising because it’s a seagate 3TB and those had a pretty high failure rate.

  4. Old WD drives are tanks. I had a WD Blue IDE 200GB in one of my earlier machines, and it ran smooth (over several computers) for around 10 years before being retired to a shelf. After a few more years, it ended up taking place in a customer’s refurbished computer and it’s still going strong now. Some of the older drives have a good 50 year life span I swear.

  5. status still god tho.. i buy one hd last year and already had badblock

  6. This must be one of the first sata drives then, wow.

  7. This has gotten out of hand haha. This kinda reminds me of the windows 3.1 computer that went down in that airport or something that took it down for 12 hours a few years ago.

  8. Got a similar system at work that’s got an install of Linux from 2001 on it, complete with boot logs. I’ve just had a look on it, and sadly smartmontools isn’t installed. I’m not about to go messing 🙂

  9. How old is the picture, and why did you cover the serial number?

  10. I have some drives that might rival that, going to check now

  11. My program drive on the computer I’m on right now is a WD Black 1TB SATA drive purchased about ten years ago and has 82232 hours on it and is still in use daily.

    I can really kick this pig though when I head back to my grandparents in a couple weeks. My grandfather still has a running Tandy 1000 TX set up in his shop. Even still has a number of my old video games installed on it and also has the floppy disks for installing them.

  12. If I remember. When I’m back at work I’ve got a server with a ~17 year uptime.

  13. Thats impressive. I’m at 54k hours on my 250GB SSD, and 44k hours on my 3TB HDD (replaced an older 1TB HDD) in my desktop.

  14. My oldest 24/7 drives are only about 18,000 hours. I might have drives from around 2000 but they‘re external USB drives that haven’t been powered on in years.

  15. These drive life span posts made me check my data drives’ SMART data.

    The oldest has 12950 hours of total power on time.

    Seagate taught me to never keep a drive longer than two years: “if I’m willing to pay a data recovery company $1000 to recover this drive, then I’m willing to pay to replace it before then”.

    To be fair to Seagate consumer drives, it was actually “at 18 months replace this shit”.

    WD taught me I could keep them a little longer than two years, but I still think anything older than two years of life should be budgeted and scheduled for replacement.

    I do have an ancient 10k RPM 72gb Raptor floating around somewhere, but eh.

  16. Alas, the best I have is 62,355 hours of power-on time – but that’s pretty good for a home system. It’s a Seagate 1.5 TiB, one of the ones infamous for their high failure rate. It’s the lone survivor – I lost 11 of the 8 drives I bought (Seagate was good about their warranty at least.) It’s part of a BTRFS array now, though it spent the first half of its life in a ZFS pool.

  17. I thought my 5.5 year drive was decent, but I guess not!
    /u/TheUbuntuGuy has you beat already though:

    Edit: NVM, the reddit investigators pointed out that he faked it… come on guys, they’re just HDD hours!

  18. Answers to simple questions before you ask them,
    Yes it’s Win2000,
    It’s a HP Compaq dc7600 that’s been powered on since it was purchased.
    No it’s not connected to the internet,
    It’s a SCADA application that’s been overdue for life cycling, (edit: “why replace what isn’t broken” says the user)

    No doubt there will be other people with devices powered on for longer, probably controlling stuff which doesn’t get upgraded often.