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What maintenance does Linux do when you leave it on?

kerzner
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Last Modified: 2010-04-20
Hi, experts,

I have read that Linux is designed to be kept running, because it does a number of maintenance and self-repair tasks in the background.

However, I am curious to know what they are? Where can I find more information on that?

Thank you.
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