On 01/04/2008, Mark <markg85(a)gmail.com> wrote:
2008/3/31, Optimization Kit <optimizationkit(a)gmail.com>:
> I wrote a simple script
> It creates an upstart wrappers for classic Fedora scripts
Just made those from your script as well but where do i need to place them?
In /etc/event.d. But beware!
You can start with rsyslog - it's a dependency for most scripts.
For the rest: a very interesting read!
Btw.. your default system boots kinda slow without paralellisation..
Here is my default system - without paralellisation
My default boot is 56 seconds and that's with a fully updated
Fedora 9 rawhide.
Breaking out the services that i don't need saves 5 seconds: 51 seconds boot.
And i expect to get atleast 10 seconds time boost with your script :)
(once i know where to place the files)
You may want to read about upstart before you start (especially about
dependencies between scripts)