Matthew East mdke at
Sun Nov 13 10:10:58 CST 2005

On Thu, 2005-11-10 at 18:41 -0500, Scott James Remnant wrote:
> One thing I'd like everyone running dapper to keep an eye on is how long
> it takes to boot, so I've put together a package you can all install to
> help.
> Grab and install:
> It starts in the initramfs, ie. as early as possible, and will run
> throughout the boot process and audit everything that happens.  Once
> logged in, you'll find png files in /var/log/bootchart -- feel free to
> share these with people and discuss them.

Didn't work for me. Perhaps my dapper install is a bit strange (I
installed from a breezy colony 2 cd I had lying around and
dist-upgraded). When I installed your package I got the error:

        Setting up bootchart (0.8-0ubuntu2) ...
        /boot/initrd.img-2.6.12-9-386 was been altered.  Cannot update
Then when I booted there was nothing in the /var/log/bootchart folder.

If you think this is worth fixing, and want me to debug, lemme know how
I can help. Otherwise, I'll just try it on a slightly more standard
dapper install.


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