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How Intel's Clear Linux Team Cut The Kernel Boot Time From 3 Seconds To 300 ms

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  • Azrael5
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    How linux teams are incompetents. The evidence.

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  • skeevy420
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    Originally posted by mlau View Post
    It seems there's still a lot to gain by throwing away old x86 baggage (UEFI, ACPI). 500ms just to get linux to load is a lot of time when the CPU runs at >2GHz.
    Not to mention portables where it may need to get further into the boot process to be able to throttle itself and save energy.

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    In before the whoop-tee-doo crowd

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  • mlau
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    It seems there's still a lot to gain by throwing away old x86 baggage (UEFI, ACPI). 500ms just to get linux to load is a lot of time when the CPU runs at >2GHz.

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  • How Intel's Clear Linux Team Cut The Kernel Boot Time From 3 Seconds To 300 ms

    Phoronix: How Intel's Clear Linux Team Cut The Kernel Boot Time From 3 Seconds To 300 ms

    Intel engineer Feng Tang spoke at this week's Linux Plumbers Conference in Lisbon, Portugal on how the Clear Linux team managed to boot their kernel faster. They started out with around a three second kernel boot time but cut it down to just 300 ms...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...el-3s-to-300ms
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