> Besides, just how often do you reboot the box? If that's the hotspot for
> you - when the hell does the boor beast find time to do something useful?
Ten times a day?
But booting is special case: You can read your mail while compiling kernel,
but try to read your mail while your machine is booting.
What's worse, boot time tends to be time critical, as in "I need to find that
mail that tells me where I'm expected to be half an hour from now. Ouch. It's
going to take 40 minutes to get there."
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