Re: Slow booting
I didn't test modifying startup scripts yet but swapoff -a and then
swap on -a takes few seconds. Iam not surewhther this is the reason of
my problem because disk led in my laptop is off while this 90 second
On 11/6/09, Γιώργος Πάλλας <email@example.com> wrote:
> Kevin Buhr wrote:
>> Kamil Kułaga <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>>> After init of soundcard and before swap activation i have 90 seconds
>>> hole. Is it normal? Can I configure kernel to somewhat avoid this?
>> Unfortunately, I think adding a large swap partition (yours is 6GB)
>> can be a slow operation under Linux. Google for "slow swapon" and
>> you'll see several complaints.
> Does this happen under specific conditions? I'm asking because my swap
> is 5GB on a debian squeeze 64bit box, and it inits in an instant.