On Wed, Feb 22, 2012 at 03:24:47PM +0200, Riku Voipio wrote:
I have. Not on debian, but on debianish system with dash. And the result was that shellscripts are indeed the bottleneck. We still did convert to
I don’t doubt it, but the question is, who cares if the boot process takes a little bit longer? The desktop users I know are fetching their coffee while the system is booting. The modern servers with e.g. RAID controllers are needing much more time from power-on to the grub screen than from grub screen to getty prompt.
So while shellscripts may have maintenance issues, I don’t think performance issues are a problem.
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