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Re: FC6 faster boot

man, 10 04 2006 kl. 18:37 +0300, skrev Gilboa Davara:
> 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/.

Working hibernation/suspend is nice but it will not restart services
that crashed, it does not solve dependency problems, it also doesn't
provide us with dbus methods of getting more information and control.

I think we do need both.

- David

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