Linked by Tony Steidler-Dennison on Wed 30th Jul 2008 18:54 UTC
Linux "On those infrequent occasions when you need to reboot Linux, you may find that the process takes longer than you'd like. Jack Wallen shares a number of tricks you can use to reduce boot times." While these tips are intended to shorten Linux boot times, some can also increase the security of your system. Speed and security in ten tips, both well-known and obscure.
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RE: Quantify the result
by sgibofh on Wed 30th Jul 2008 20:47 UTC in reply to "Quantify the result"
sgibofh
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2007-03-31

the unix I work with may take > 30 minutes... depending on the version and hardware of HP-UX/server... ;-)

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RE[2]: Quantify the result
by dimosd on Wed 30th Jul 2008 21:09 in reply to "RE: Quantify the result"
dimosd Member since:
2006-02-10

the unix I work with may take > 30 minutes... depending on the version and hardware of HP-UX/server... ;-)


Oh yeah, I've heard about that... Care to explain why it takes so much time?

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