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Old 21st October 2010
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Default reboot freebsd periodically


I have a freebsd 7.1 box running the following services:
  • web server
  • dns server
I'm curious whether there are any requirements from best practice point of view to restart freebsd box periodically. I mean literally restart the server, not just restarting the services running on it.

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