This presentation will show how to achieve a quick boot of Linux running on an embedded system. We will describe the different components that can be leveraged from the open source community and how should they be modified to achieve the best performances. The optimization process will also be explained along with various figures regarding the different steps of the boot process. Finally, we will talk about the trade-off when doing quick boot and how to find some workarounds to minimize the boot duration while keeping a full featured Linux system.
Thursday May 1, 2014 10:00am - 10:50am
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