i would like to analize the bootup phase of my OpenSuSE 11.0, so i installed bootchart by the OpenSuSE’s package manager.
I followed these instructions and after that i restarted the Window Manager i got this error by running bootchart:
hawake@RisingStar:~> java -jar /usr/share/java/bootchart.jar /tmp/bootchart.tgz
/tmp/bootchart.tgz not found
Why? How can i solve this problem?
Thanks in advance,
The installation process seems rather complicated.
I installed bootchart today with the help of the installer.
I did not change my menu.lst file, but I worked around it by stopping grub and adding init=/sbin/bootchartd right after the root= part.
This worked fine as it should.
After booting all I did was type bootchart as a regular user.
It is a laptop with a horribly slow harddisk (compared to my desktop with a MOBI SSD) and it shows.
This reply only allows me to put a reference to it and not upload the picture as I just found out, but I do not use my laptop as a server. Sorry.
> Hi All,
> i would like to analize the bootup phase of my OpenSuSE 11.0, so i
> installed bootchart by the OpenSuSE’s package manager.
> I followed ‘these instructions’
> (http://en.opensuse.org/Boot_time/Scripts) and after that i restarted
> the Window Manager i got this error by running bootchart:
> hawake@RisingStar:~> java
> -jar /usr/share/java/bootchart.jar /tmp/bootchart.tgz /tmp/bootchart.tgz
> not found hawake@RisingStar:~>
> Why? How can i solve this problem?
> Thanks in advance,
Well, the technically correct but totally worthless answer would be:
The file /tmp/bootchart.tgz does not exist.
A better answer would be a question, or rather, a few questions:
Did you reboot?
Are you using GNOME? The script (as written) ONLY works properly with GNOME
Are you using ‘autologin’? The script (as written) ONLY works when the
GNOME greeter login screen is launched during startup, otherwise it will