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Old 11-02-2006, 05:04 PM   #4
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iRex can polish the boot time with a few trivial changes.

in /home/root/start.sh:
Change "/usr/bin/do_updates.sh" to ". /usr/bin/do_updates.sh".

This removes the expense of launching another shell to run the do_updates.sh. (of course if you're running hacker mode, you've already commented it out )

iRex could also do a few things to speed up do_updates.sh.

Existing:

Code:
# Convert the sysset area (if needed)
sysset_layout=`sysset -r -b -a 0 -l 1 | cut -c '3-'`
if [ "$sysset_layout" = "01" ]
then
    sysset_convert_01_02.sh
fi

sysset_layout=`sysset -r -b -a 0 -l 1 | cut -c '3-'`
if [ "$sysset_layout" = "02" ]
then
    sysset_convert_02_03.sh
fi
Faster, removes launching 3 processes.

Code:
# Convert the sysset area (if needed)
sysset_layout=`sysset -r -b -a 0 -l 1`
if [ "$sysset_layout" = "0x01" ]
then
    sysset_convert_01_02.sh
fi
if [ "$sysset_layout" = "0x02" ]
then
    sysset_convert_02_03.sh
fi
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