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bootchart allows you to audit the boot sequence of your computer and generate a pretty chart of the processes run, including how long they took and how much CPU and I/O they used.

The auditing is performed by a tool that runs in your initramfs, or early in your boot sequence, and records system statistics as your computer boots.

Tarballs of this data are left in /var/log/bootchart; from these either PNG or SVG will be generated if pybootchartgui is installed.
Interface: Command Line
Associated Programs
bootchart-view Boot process performance analyser (visualisation)
pybootchartgui boot sequence visualisation
Available deb Repositories (how-to add a respository)
Debian 32-bit 64-bit
testing 0.10~svn407-3.3 0.10~svn407-3.3
sid 0.10~svn407-3.3 0.10~svn407-3.3

Ubuntu 32-bit 64-bit
lucid 0.90.2-7 0.90.2-7

Available rpm Repositories
OpenSUSE 32-bit 64-bit
10.1 0.9-14 0.9-14
11.0 0.9-221.1 0.9-221.1

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