HowTo: Find Uptime and System Load in Linux
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"There is a simple command in Linux that tells you how long your
system has been running. The name of the command is uptime.
Uptime command gives a one line display that offers the
following information -
The current time,
How long the system has been running,
How many users are currently logged on, and
The system load averages for the past 1, 5, and 15 minutes.