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This page has notes and materials in support of Tim Bird's presentation "Improving Android Bootup Time",
 
This page has notes and materials in support of Tim Bird's presentation "Improving Android Bootup Time",
which he is gave at [http://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/linuxcon LinuxCon North America, 2010].
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which he is giving at [http://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/linuxcon LinuxCon North America, 2010].
  
 
== Abstract ==
 
== Abstract ==
 
Android is a relatively new distribution of Linux, with a completely different user space implementation, compared to desktop or enterprise Linux. It also has some rather horrible boot times. But it's popular - so Tim decided to take a look and see if the bootup time of a standard Android system could be improved. This presentation describes how well he succeeded in this venture. Tim will present methods of measuring kernel and user-space bootup time on an Android system, as well as present some ideas for places where Android bootup time could be improved.
 
Android is a relatively new distribution of Linux, with a completely different user space implementation, compared to desktop or enterprise Linux. It also has some rather horrible boot times. But it's popular - so Tim decided to take a look and see if the bootup time of a standard Android system could be improved. This presentation describes how well he succeeded in this venture. Tim will present methods of measuring kernel and user-space bootup time on an Android system, as well as present some ideas for places where Android bootup time could be improved.
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== Presentation ==
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== Outline ==
 
== Outline ==
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[[Category:Boot Time]]
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== Results ==
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== Resources ==
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=== logdelta ===
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=== instrumentation patches ===

Revision as of 21:04, 28 July 2010

This page has notes and materials in support of Tim Bird's presentation "Improving Android Bootup Time", which he is giving at LinuxCon North America, 2010.

Abstract

Android is a relatively new distribution of Linux, with a completely different user space implementation, compared to desktop or enterprise Linux. It also has some rather horrible boot times. But it's popular - so Tim decided to take a look and see if the bootup time of a standard Android system could be improved. This presentation describes how well he succeeded in this venture. Tim will present methods of measuring kernel and user-space bootup time on an Android system, as well as present some ideas for places where Android bootup time could be improved.

Presentation

  • Not Posted Yet

Outline

See Improving Android Boot Time Outline

Results

Resources

logdelta

instrumentation patches