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Re: [Ambassadors] a fedora feature criticized





On Mon, Feb 9, 2009 at 11:34 PM, Christoph Wickert <christoph wickert googlemail com> wrote:
Preface: Ambassadors-list is not the right place for technical
discussions. Use fedora-devel instead.

Am Freitag, den 06.02.2009, 15:16 +0530 schrieb gopal das:
> Perhaps nobody will unhappy if a system starts up within 1 minuet when
> various services and scripts has been started correctly, attached new
> hardware detection is ok, other crucial job such as successfully
> scanning the whole file systems with huge data on it, successfully
> starts virtualization platform etc. But Surely everybody will annoyed
> when a system starts up within 20 second where without one of the said
> crucial jobs.

If you criticize the 20 sec startup then please provide at least enough
information for others to verify your critique. So which if the jobs you
mentioned is not run?

> In this regard myself and some of my close friends have experienced a
> start up problem (within 7 days I will confirm this is a bug or not)
> during testing the Fedora 10 final on both i386 and 64 platform.

If you told us what is going wrong in your opinion we could maybe tell
you if it's a bug or a feature. BTW: Fedora 10 had 30 second startup.
targeted, this is something different than the 20 second startup
feature.

Regards,
Christoph

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Hi,
I have installed Fedora 10 (nearly 12 times) on 5 desktop PCs (including 2 NOs. of AMD X2 and 2 NOs. of Intel Core 2 Duo and 1 Intel Pentium 4). In every installation I tested with ACPI on and off. But on each case a message has shown at the starting poing of the booting, like this  "Could not detect stabilization, wait 10 second" . And even once or twice booting not started after count down the five seconds of grub menu and I need to restart the PC with CPU button.
But previously I installed Fedora 8 and Fedora 9 on those PCs and they booted fine without any trouble. And the thing which creating all the trouble that may be the new booting technology ("30 second startup" feature is introduced in Fedora 10).
I am of course not against the faster booting (30 second 20 whatever it is) but confused with the big big quistion, is that, why this king of booting problem is occuring to a system (with Fedora 10) which is booting fine with Fedora 8 or Fedora 9 or Debian or Slackware?

Cheers
Gopal Das
Fedora India Ambassador

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