LINUX BOOT TIME OPTIMIZATION – FTP SERVER | Abstract

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LINUX BOOT TIME OPTIMIZATION FTP SERVER

Abstract

One of the problems about operating system is the speed at which it boots. Linux is a general purpose operating system. Today it can be used everywhere. It can be used as client or server right out of the box. Many variations of Linux are currently being used in various real time mission critical systems which require a very high degree of availability and minimal downtime during system upgrades and in consumer electronic products in which user except their devices to be available for use very soon after being turned on . This leads to optimization of boot time for Linux. In this paper we represent all techniques available for optimization. We describe the boot process under the Linux, initial boot time and by using some of available technique how to reduce boot time for particular application e.g. FTP Server in our case.

Rahul Tiwari, Maulik Patel

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