Mine seems to have some stability problems... maybe bad RAM or something? If I leave it sleeping for 8 hours, it will be probably dead; sometimes it wakes with corrupted memory, and I seen corruption during run-time, too (miscompiled kernel). I'm not sure if other spitzes have that problem; collie was/is rock solid.
So I need to reboot from time to time, usually at least twice a day.
Unfortunately, it seems to lack rtc clock, too. And that means time going backwards, and that means all the hell breaking loose. Like 5 minutes recompile after single file changed turning into 3 hour rebuild or worse.
I have created a script that verifies if time of day is later than timestamp on disk, adjusts time of day when it is not, and writes new timestamp. I run it from cron each minute... that seems to work, mostly, but... is there a better solution?
Did all the old unix machines have reliable time of day sources?