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Re: using bootchart

On 12/6/06, Douglas Tutty <dtutty@porchlight.ca> wrote:
On Wed, Dec 06, 2006 at 09:34:09AM +0800, Yuwen Dai wrote:
> Dear all,
> When I used bootchart to benchmark booting of Debian sarge, I found
> S40hotplug took nearly 15 seconds.  S40hotplug calls {pci,usb,isapnp}.rc,
> and installing some modules.  Is there any way to reduce this time? Thanks
> in advance.

Upgrade to Etch.

My amd64 Athlon 3800+ with 1 GB ram, dual 80 GB SATA drives
raid1/lvm/JFS, goes from grub to login in 20 seconds.

It's realy fast.  Have you optimize the boot process?

Etch doesn't use hotplug.  It _must_ use udev.

How long does your boot sequence take total and on what hardware?

My computer is a Dell D600 laptop, with Intel pentium M processor 1.6Ghz, 1GB memory, 60GB ata hard disk.

The total time from init to gdm is 58 seconds.




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