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Underdog -- Early and Late User Context

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mkinitramfs & mkinitrd replacement and (eventually) alternate /init

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Many complex storage environments running within GNL/Linux could benefit from increased disassembly and resource remediation during shutdown. Underdog an alternate /init to create a "late" user context to resume control during shutdown to park media and detach network devices.

Currently there is a fully working initramfs (mkinitramfs/mkinitrd) replacement that is capable of building the early user context images both as separate files or built into the kernel image.

The working proof of concept code for the alternate /init is too messy to sahre just now. /doh.

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  • initramfs constructor

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Intended Audience

System Administrators

User Interface

Non-interactive (Daemon)

Programming Language

C++

Registered

2010-10-23

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