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    napok Guest

    Solved Retain server uptime on upgrades

    Retaining the server uptime on upgrades would encourage people to upgrade their servers more willingly. I would not be surprised if there are dozens of servers running an outdated version because of this, while upgrading is usually the best thing to do.

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    Server uptime means "when was the server started" not created.
    The server needs to be stopped for an update. There is no way around it.

    And the server runtime says nothing about it's quality or about the e-*****, i hope you know that.

    Rejected, because there is no change needed for our current system.
    Last edited by dante696; July 27th, 2012 at 08:23 AM.
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    Well, uptime specifies the uptime and not how long the server has been in usage total.
    You could request a feature which shows something like the total uptime or highest uptime or whatever but I do not think your requests will be successful.

    Edit: Dante already denied it *g*

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    napok Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by dante696 View Post
    Server uptime means "when was the server started" not created.
    The server needs to be stopped for an update. There is no way around it.

    And the server runtime says nothing about it's quality or about the e-*****, i hope you know that.

    Rejected, because there is no change needed for our current system.
    That would make the 'uptime' value pointless. Like you said yourself, "it says nothing about a server's quality".

    Now, I hope you know that.

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    No i said it was rejected and here is no need to change that.
    The uptine shows, the time , since the server was started. It's just the uptime. it is not pointless.
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