stevenvollom at sbcglobal.net
Tue Apr 28 18:24:47 UTC 2009
> One way to determine exactly what is taking so long to boot is to
> install bootchart.
> It will time your boot process, storing information like disk usage
> and CPU usage and how long each process ran.
> You can install it and reboot. After a reboot you will have a .png
> image with the whole boot process in /var/log/bootchart/
> It will keep a couple of files (.png and .tgz) for each boot you make.
> If you are still in doubt what or looking for advertisement on how to
> interpret this graphic post it back here so we can take a look.
First boot failed, second got me here, but only after a lot of button pressing
to bet the boot to continue.
I made a hand written step by step log of what it took to boot up. It is
rather long, but I will type it up, and if you want will send you a copy.
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