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    SubjectRe: how long does it take to init the scheduler?
    Olaf Hering <olh@suse.de> wrote:
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    >
    > Hi,
    >
    > the patch below looks wrong to me. Why did you move it to the very end
    > of the boot process, instead to the very end of start_kernel()?
    >

    coz I forgot about drivers which want to go opening files in their
    module_init().

    Like this?

    --- 25/init/main.c~populate_rootfs-before-initcalls 2004-05-08 03:57:54.168918048 -0700
    +++ 25-akpm/init/main.c 2004-05-08 03:58:58.668112680 -0700
    @@ -660,9 +660,15 @@ static int init(void * unused)
    fixup_cpu_present_map();
    smp_init();
    sched_init_smp();
    - do_basic_setup();

    + /*
    + * Do this before initcalls, because some drivers want to access
    + * firmware files.
    + */
    populate_rootfs();
    +
    + do_basic_setup();
    +
    /*
    * check if there is an early userspace init. If yes, let it do all
    * the work
    _

    -
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