[patch] rc.d cleanup
gurney_j at resnet.uoregon.edu
Mon Aug 1 20:40:39 GMT 2005
diz at linuxpowered.com wrote this message on Mon, Aug 01, 2005 at 12:29 -0500:
> This has the result of reducing the size of the shell code, and reducing
Unless you cross a fs frag (usually 1024 bytes), i.e. reduce the scripts
by an average of 512bytes *per* script, you will see no disk space savings
from these changes... considering that on my 5.4-R system over half
(73 of 124) are under a frag in size, it isn't that much...
One thing that would be really useful for rc.d system is a way to cache
the ordering on boot... On a slow system like a 200mhz arm, the rc
ordering can take a long while....
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