Linux Start-Up Time Optimization
During the past few years Linux has made its way into embedded devices, both in industrial and consumer electronics. Linux has become a prevalent replacement to RTOS and miniature operating systems. Key factors in this transition have been ever-growing system resources, built-in networking support, POSIX compliance and cost effectiveness. These growing resources have also led to the introduction of graphics and multimedia in smaller devices.
One of the most common obstacles to implementing Linux is the start-up time for Linux-based devices, which is often overlooked during system design and even during initial development. Start-up time is a quality feature, and as such, it is often as a quality target later in the development cycle.
This document explores how to design Linux boot up and what to consider during the design phase to optimize the startup time for Linux-based devices. This practitioner’s approach is complemented by a brief theoretical background.
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