My system has been up for:
$ uptime... but now it is time to restart. Some updates I installed over the past few days require a restart (though I don't believe it is a new kernel which is usually the only thing that requires one).
01:01:48 up 44 days, 7:47, 2 users, load average: 1.06, 1.03, 0.86
Of course this is nothing like the current uptime of the Linux server I manage (which I had to restart recently to install some more memory). I think it has been up for about a year before.
$ uptimeAnd this is far from any sort of uptime record too. Just an interesting tidbit. Oh, this would also not be possible if it weren't thanks to my friend the UPS. My electric power lately has been less than ideal.
01:06:46 up 86 days, 2:43, 1 user, load average: 0.04, 0.02, 0.00
Either way, it doesn't matter for anything... just interesting.