Shorten 83 second reboot time on NanoBSD class 10 USB device on i3 (2013) PC hardware
Having current hardware (a 2013 Intel Nuc) running i3-3217U processor, and running pfSense of a class 10 microSDHC device (USB interface) the reboot time is 83 seconds long. Beastie is already disabled and BIOS setup is optimized to shorten time spent there.
A 1 second interval ping command loses 83 second when rebooting pfSense-2.1.1-PRERELEASE-4g-amd64-nanobsd_vga-20140131-1030.img.
Note that restarting Windows 8.1 on mSATA on this hardware takes less then 5 seconds.
Please shorten the (re)boot time, and start pfSense fast.
#1 Updated by Chris Buechler over 6 years ago
- Status changed from New to Rejected
There isn't anything we can do with this. No clue if this is because your ISP is slow to respond on a dynamic WAN, or if there is something specific in your configuration that makes the boot time long for some reason, or if your combination of hardware boots slowly with FreeBSD 8.3 for some reason, who knows what. If you can post to the forum or mailing list with info, maybe we can narrow down something to do to speed up your boot time.