On 02/24/14 14:34, Andreas Nilsson wrote:
On Mon, Feb 24, 2014 at 2:25 PM, Matthias Gamsjager <mgamsja...@gmail.com>wrote:
How about delaying the startup of services that are not necessary right at
the start. For example sshd, samba etc could be loaded after xdm ( or even
after the DE has loaded).
On my core i5 with regular hdd I get:
23sec to boot kernel
13sec from mounted root to slim login promp.
I have not done any measurements here but this is what I experience as
well. Once / has been mounted the rest of the startup doesn't take long.
Fixing the kernel boot time seems like a bigger gain, imho.
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