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Re: FC6 faster boot

On Sun, 2006-04-09 at 10:03 +0200, dragoran 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

It seems to me that having suspend/hibernate working on 99.99% of all
machine will serve Fedora *much* better. While a new init system might
shave 30 seconds (or even a minute) of FC6/7 startup time, working
hibernate/suspend will cut the wake-up time to mere seconds...

As I see it, a machine should only be rebooted -if- the kernel/glibc was
upgraded. Everything else should be handled suspend/hibernate/service
restart/DE/X restart/.


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