boottime increased again
psusi at cfl.rr.com
Fri Jan 27 03:47:52 GMT 2006
WOW! 1:25 bootchart? Mine's 0:24. It looks like you're spending an
insane amount of time just doing hardware detection in the initrd ( ~44
seconds before the real init runs ). Are you getting any kind of odd
dmesg errors during this time?
Then once the main system starts coming up, I see several fscks in there
and evms stuff. I assume you are using evms? Seems like that is doing
a lot of work it shouldn't need to.
For reference I'm running an athlon 64 3200+ ( 2 years old now, socket
774 I think it was, before 939 ), 1 gig of corsair low latency pc3200
sdram, and booting from a hardware fakeraid raid0 of 2 x 10,000 rpm 36
gig WD raptor drives partitioned as:
1 - 40 gigs NTFS winder's partition ( never use anymore )
2 - (extended partition)
3 - 10 gig experimental partition ( alternate OSes and such )
5 - 50 MB /boot ext2
6 - 1 gig swap swap
7 - 22 gig / reiserfs
> I'm sorry I forgot, who was responsible for the boot-time optimizations,
> so I am sending it to the devel.
> 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
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