It’s a question I wasn’t prepared for in class last week, but one that made sense really. For the IT Pro that doesn’t eat breath and sleep this stuff, what does a good or ‘fair’ trace look like?
Something like this:
What we are looking at here is a boot up that finishes before 45 seconds, with post boot delay quieting in the 60-ish range. Not bad. I like getting to a useable desktop in less than a minute, and this boot delivers that.
Do we see any boogeymen here?
Nope, not yet.
Nah, not really. This is a healthy boot.
CPU doesn’t spike and/or ride high through boot. Disk doesn’t ride at 100% through it, so we’re not exceeding storage’s ability to deliver with the boot demand. DPCs are low, we don’t have a bad driver, etc.
This is a good boot.
I like leather boots. :-) Great post.