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Re: Frozenboot

Postby RJHollins » Fri May 15, 2015 7:48 am

giancarlo wrote:after a scan you can disable scanboot and it loads quickly.
Frozenboot and scanboot can make nebula rather fast

Remember ... the 'SLOW' one here :lol:

What is 'Frozenboot' ??
Must I add it to really speed up a static database for a faster load?

Right now I have the default XML, which has SCANBOOT and <FASTBOOT> 1 </FASTBOOT>


Tell me exactly what to add and/or change.

Thank you very much 8-)
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Re: Frozenboot

Postby richie43 » Fri May 15, 2015 8:10 am

giancarlo wrote:after a scan you can disable scanboot and it loads quickly.
Frozenboot and scanboot can make nebula rather fast

Mine was scanned already. Adding the frozenboot helps quite a bit. But when I changed the scanboot the menu was empty.
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Re: Frozenboot

Postby RJHollins » Sat May 16, 2015 1:07 am

Tested the suggested settings.
XP-32, Legacy, Reaper.

NebulaSERVER

<SCANBOOT> 0 </SCANBOOT> - yielded an empty Nebula :o

reset it back to 1

added <FROZENBOOT> 1 </FROZENBOOT> - this did indeed shorten the time needed to initialize NebulaServer while including the current libraries :D


? still ... I do NOT know what <FASTBOOT> 1 </FASTBOOT> is suppose to do ? This was already in the XML file.
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