Re: Reordering the boot for fun and profit
Petter Reinholdtsen wrote:
When you said "and of course", I thought you were going to say "allow
scripts that have no inter-dependency to start in parallel". Having a
concurrency level of at least 2 should speed the start up considerably,
especially when packages are taking long to start mostly because they do
a sleep in wait for some hardware to settle.
And of course, it also make it possible to
dynamically order the scripts based on their dependencies.
Coming to think of it, maybe concurrency level of 2 is a little low.