on a lighter note I’ve always been an uptime admirer but as you know with the frequently of the dd-wrt releases if you opt to stay current that’s hard to do so I kind of wanted to buck the trend of upgrading at every release on one of my two EA8500’s. The plan was to I run it for a 100+ days just to make sure dd-wrt still had it within it to do so then upgrade.
Good news is at 104 days and still counting and I think I’ll let it go a while longer. This one just sits behind my LAN and it configured as a OpenVPN client for a VPN service so really not a mission critical thing. My past record was 191 days on a little old TP-Link router. I wish I knew more about Linux but what I do know is it bulletproof compared to windows. Win10 has been decent thus far but that's another story for another thread.
carry on and stay safe _________________
Linksys EA8500 - DD-WRT v3.0-r42856 std (04/07/20)as OpenVPN client behind pfsense box
Linksys EA8500 - DD-WRT v3.0-r43874 std (07/20/20)as Access Point
ASRock J3455B-ITX Quad Core / 8-GB of Ram pfsense 2.4.5-RELEASE-p1 <--Speedtest
ISP info: Verizon Fios | Alcatel I-211M-L
Not a Guru, just a dd-wrt aficionado...