I'm working on a linux embedded for a custom board with a ARM9 processor. My kernel version is : 2.6.33 I'm trying to boot on a ramdisk, kernel correctly mount the file system but failed to execute ...
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init is the first task executed after kernel is loaded, right? Then who is its owner. also I can see [swapper/0] [swapper/1] ..... [swapper/7] having pid 0 PID PPID CPU TASK ST %MEM ...
I just want to know difference between in reboot init 6 shutdown -r now and which is the safest and the best?
I built a custom linux image using buildroot and busybox. To speed up the boot process I'd like to use bootchartd (built-in version of busybox) to profile the process. However bootchartd is not ...