I don't know why (probably is because of Ubuntu), but E4rat has a behaviour that I don't have answer. See ao long it takes to start:
In normal conditions, without e4rat, the boot is like this:
Oh, btw, your work is awesome! My applications now start in 1/4 of the normal time!!! Thank you! ;)
How do you execute e4rat-preload?
It looks like you have written your own init script. If so ensure that your script runs in parallel to all other init scripts.
I did nothing but installing e4rat, collect information, allocate and then I used preload. Did nothing more then that! (and, yes, I removed ureadahead because of dependencies/conflicts in Ubuntu system)
I have this grub2 configuration:
And I have the concurrency active:
And, btw, thank you for the quick answer! ;)
No answers? Is this normal??