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As @don_crissti points out: seq 3 | parallel -n0 curl example.com


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Yes, it is. If you want to do two things concurrently, and wait for them both to complete, you can do something like: sh ./stay/get_it_ios.sh & PIDIOS=$! sh ./stay/get_it_mix.sh & PIDMIX=$! wait $PIDIOS wait $PIDMIX Your script will then run both scripts in parallel, and wait for both scripts to complete before continuing.


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To find out how long it takes for the system to boot, systemd provides systemd-analyze. Without parameters, it will tell you the time to boot. Calling systemd-analyze critical-chain will print a tree of the chain of services that took the longest, while systemd-analyze blame will tell you how long each service took independently. Finally, systemd-analyze ...


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Use systemd-analyze built-in tool. You are especially interested in two options: blame and plot systemd-analyze blame systemd-analyze plot > graph.svg blame: Print list of running units ordered by time to init plot: Output SVG graphic showing service initialization



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