ismael.luceno at gmail.com
Sun Apr 8 15:36:20 PDT 2007
Dan Nicholson escribió:
> On 2/3/07, TheOldFellow <theoldfellow at gmail.com> wrote:
>> What I need is something it can't handle, like Udev for several months a
>> year ago, or a new booting scheme...
> This is actually something I want to bring up. Our booting is dog
> slow. Maybe it's time to look into making improvements. We could
> replace init with init-ng or upstart. Or, we could just work to
> parallelize the bootscripts like is done on RedHat and SuSE. I think
> this has been brought up before.
For desktop systems it doesn't matter how long it takes to boot, what
matters is how long it takes to load a getty or a dm ;).
In my current system, an Pentium III @ 450MHz, the runlevel takes 8
secs to be up, but gettys are available at 4 secs, or less, i'm not sure...
My system is somewhat deviated, so a normal LFS may take a bit more,
but the gettys/dm will be up as soon as possible, that's the beauty
of initng, it does it without any effort :).
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