Phillip Susi psusi at
Mon Nov 14 12:46:04 CST 2005

It looks like your system is spending a lot of time booting up running 
fsck.reiserfs.  I'd guess this is because you are not shutting down 
cleanly.  If you can resolve that, it would probably significantly 
decrease your boot time.

Jonathan Carter wrote:
> Scott James Remnant wrote:
>> 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.
> Here's mine, although I have to admit that it's not quite a standard
> Dapper system. It has some edubuntu-server stuff on and other things I
> like...
> -Jonathan

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