Post your booting time

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Postby _FOCUS_ » 2007-02-12 08:06

I didn't keep my booting time. Sometime I am restarting and when I restart mta isn't appear as normal boot. So it takes shorter than 1 minutes. Mta is making long booting.

My processor is 2,66 celeron :( ( I wish amd 64)
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Postby DeanLinkous » 2007-02-12 14:06

debian etch - default install of desktop/standard/laptop tasks
nothing tweaked except maybe a couple applets I killed
hp omnibook 6000 laptop
PIII 700mhz
256mb ram

from post to GDM login - about 35-40sec
(could probably be tweaked and cleaned up a bit and get it even lower)

from gdm login to gnome desktop - about 15sec

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Postby _FOCUS_ » 2007-02-17 06:28

this morning I was preparing to come and decided to learn my booting time. This is my chance . Linux started to file system check. But I didn't give up. From grub to gdm it took 1, 35 second :lol: from grub to completely log in took 1,56 second. :lol:
amazing . isn't it?
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Postby happy-and-lost » 2007-04-14 10:35

Grub -> Full GNOME desktop: 1 minute exactly

On a 1GHz Duron with 350MB RAM. Once loaded, the desktop only utilises 45MB RAM (Full GNOME. Why does the clock applet use nearly 10MB?!). It's a work in progress, I hope to get it faster and lighter.
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Postby matino » 2007-04-14 12:29

~33 secs from grub to KDE desktop
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Postby e1even1 » 2007-04-14 14:48

etch. i setup kdm autologin and the grub menu is a 3 second timeout. from the front panel power switch to wallpaper is 52 seconds. that includes preloading 2 instances of konqueror, no exim, and 4 vmware demons. no ntp.

personally, i don't mind waiting a little for it to boot. i wouldn't care if it took 3 minutes to boot. as long as it runs as well as it does after it's up.
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Postby llivv » 2007-04-20 21:09

from xfve I reboot, it takes 26 seconds to shutdown I see BIOS post at 30 seconds, Grub splash shows up at 46 seconds( it's still looking for grub on the floppy), kernel finishes loading at a minute 20 seconds, I'm back in the desktop at 1 minute 42 seconds after entering my user and pass.
I'll take that for a default desktop install :wink:
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Postby Pobega » 2007-04-20 23:13

Including the BIOS and GRUB screen: 27 seconds
Without the BIOS and GRUB screen: 17 seconds

Pretty good times in my opinion, I've never gotten an operating system to boot as fast as Debian does. All I have left to do is recompile my own kernel, and build the ipw3945 modules into it for maximum boot speed.

I no longer use a display manager so I don't have any times for that. I just tend to use startx instead.
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