On Mon, Nov 24, 2008 at 3:24 PM, Nicolas Huillard <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>wrote:
> From kernel first log line in the syslog server (I guess timestamps are
> when rcS.d/ scripts start to run, ie. does not include kernel load time
> + initrd), to LIRC accepting the VDR client (including a 5s sleep I had
> to add):
> * 31s on the ML6000
> * 16s on a Athlon 2200+
> * 18s on the M10k
How about putting the system in suspend mode instead of powering it off and
on again? Should take few seconds.
Some of you were talking about UPS, so its even safer than I can have...
VDR can resume from suspend to record programs.
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