Re: faster boot
On Tue, 21 Oct 2003 04:13, Mark Ferlatte wrote:
> I suspect that the improvement would be _very_ system dependent, though.
> For example, netatalk takes a _long_ time to start, and parallelizing would
> be a benefit. sendmail can take a while too, especially if you have DNS
> issues at boot time.
Maybe the correct solution is to solve the problems related to netatalk and
Surely if a daemon takes a long time before it detaches from it's terminal and
"goes daemon", then you can have a parent process put it in the background
and direct it's output to some convenient log file.
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