Booting With Mandriva's SpeedbootFeb 22, 2009, 14:01 (0 Talkback[s])
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"When Speedboot is being used, only necessary services will boot prior to starting the graphical display manager, while all other tasks will start-up after that. These minimal services include ACPI, D-Bus, HAL, and Syslog. There are also some other changes involved such as not running many actions with initscripts and disabling readahead when in this mode. Of course, Mandriva's Speedboot truly isn't making the system faster as a whole, but is just taking time away prior to the user being able to log-in and push that work until after the log-in process or the graphical display manager is running. Until enabled by default, Speedboot can be used on the beta for Mandriva 2009.1 and later by adding "speedboot" to the GRUB's kernel configuration.
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