boottime increased again

MadMan2k madman2k at
Thu Jan 26 15:57:04 GMT 2006

Scott James Remnant wrote:
> On Wed, 2006-01-25 at 16:04 +0100, MadMan2k wrote:
>> Scott James Remnant wrote:
>>> On Wed, 2006-01-25 at 14:30 +0100, MadMan2k wrote:
>>>> after the first work on that, my bootime used to be at ~70s and 
>>>> increased now again.
>>>> I am not sure with which update it started, but I think it was sometime 
>>>> after linux went final.
>>>> here is my bootchart
>>> This is only useful if you can also provide a bootchart of the ~70s
>>> boot.
>> I knew I should keep it..
>> I'll take this as a advice for the next time.
> Anyway, without the comparison it looks to me like your SCSI card took a
> long time to get out of bed.
> Try a warm boot and see if you get the same length of time.
> Scott
A warm boot indeed lowered the boot time by about 10-15 seconds.
But I dont have a SCSI card; yust a SATA controller and that should be 
integrated in the Southbridge. (Nforce2 400)
Anyway I did several reboots and my lowest was 55s.
I think the range of 30s is quite wide...

here are some of the results:


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