> Treanor, Ciaran wrote:
>> >>Note time() and gettimeofday() both return seconds since 1970,
> >>and hence won't do as the value returned isn't guaranteed to
> >>monotonically increase (as the system date can change).
> > There ain't nothing you can do about that.
> > Have you looked at /proc/uptime ? It gives the time in seconds
> > since the last boot.
> > Ciaran T.
>> I could use this but:
> 1. It wraps after 472 days
> 2. It's linux specific
Funny... There was talk on linux-kernel about this recently.
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