Re: Making init scripts use dash
"Margarita Manterola" <email@example.com> writes:
> During some tests I've performed, I've found that making the init
> scripts run with dash as default shell instead of bash makes the boot
> time a 10% faster (6 seconds in a 60 second boot).
> To make this speed up available to everyone, we have 2 main choices:
> 1. Make /bin/sh point to /bin/dash
That would mean having 2 shells since some scripts need bash. What a
waste on small systems.
> 2. Change #!/bin/sh for #!/bin/dash in the scripts
3. Make sh an alternative