Luca Dell’Oca from Virtual to the Core comments:
This is a story of a disadventure I had that made me cold sweat for several days, but finally ended well…
Usually, I shut down my MacBook only when I need to install or update a software that specifically requires a reboot. Standby mode never gave me any problem, and allows me to start using my computer few seconds after I pull it out of my bag, so is common for me to have more than a month of uptime. Last week, one of those frequent Flash Player update required me a reboot, so I did it, right after checking as usual the uptime (28 days and some hours at that time).
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