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From: lnxg33k <lnxg33k@...>
Subject: Re: Speeding up program starts with squashfs
Date: Wed, 09 May 2007 14:52:22 -0500
I can't speak about squashfs. However, as Derek Tracy eluded to, you can do 
other things to improve performance such as running a different init system. I 
remembering trying init-ng a while back and it ran fine, but I didn't want to 
take the time to mess with it too much and reverted back to sysVinit. There is 
a wiki on different init systems [1].

You may also want to check the forums for discussions on bootchart. This is a 
boot time monitor that generates graphs of load times. I've never run it, but 
people seem to get a lot of success from it. Hopefully that's some useful place 
to start even if it's not related to squashfs.

[1] http://gentoo-wiki.com/TIP_Speed_up_your_boot_time
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