'Serel' adds synchronisation and integrity-checking to the operating system "service startup" phase, allowing a computer's services to start in parallel. Without parallelism, "service startup" is typically the most time-consuming part of the boot process. Serel's visualisation features let you see inside the boot process. When a computer boots with serel, it generates a log file that includes the services that started, how long each one ran, and how they depend on one another at boot-time. "The software includes dependency information for a wide range of common services.
DocumentationUser guide available in HTML format from http://www.fastboot.org/doc/serel-overview/index.html; User guide available in PDF format from http://www.fastboot.org/doc/serel-overview/serel-overview.pdf; User guide available in plain text format from http://www.fastboot.org/doc/serel-overview/serel-overview.txt
released on 5 August 2002
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|GPLv2||Janet Casey||2 July 2002|
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|Weak prerequisite||Redland (http://www.redland.opensource.ac.uk)|
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