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Re: FC6 faster boot

Le lundi 10 avril 2006 à 01:36 -0500, Arthur Pemberton a écrit :
> On 4/9/06, dragoran <dragoran feuerpokemon de> wrote:
>         Before FC4 was released there was a disussion about how to
>         make the boot
>         process faster.
>         But until now (FC5/FC6-rawhide) nothing has been done.
>         Early login was in development but it stopped,
>         Systemservices was never in a working state. 
>         Any plans on improving the boot process in FC6?
>         I would suggest to use initng which is in review for extras
>         now [1].
>         But to get it in the final release it would be better to have
>         it in
>         rawhide rather than in extras. 
>         [1]:
>         https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=173459
> First off I am sure you have a valid point. But I personally thing
> that booting has gotten faster from FC4 to FC5, and I know that I have
> a lot of services starting up. But with me, I do not boot that often,
> and when I do, i generally walk away (except for when I am busy, or
> botting the first few times). 
> But tell me, what makes fast booting important to you? I ask because I
> often wonder if people really need fast booting or something else? I
> believe some are just over impatient, no idea if that in any way
> applies to you. 

Well, imagine you're the big boss of a 2000 employee firm. When the OS
you have on all the computers of your firm boots up one minute faster
every morning, your employees can just work one more minute every day.

And you've got 2000 employees, i.e. 2000 people can work one more minute
every day, i.e. you earn 2000 minutes of work every day. Multiply it by
the number of day work in a year, and then take into account the wages
of your employees and then you'll understand how important it is for you
to have a fast booting OS.



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