So during one of the sessions at UDS-P, I discovered this cool (and useful) program called bootchart.
After installing it and then running it, I analyzed it and compared it some of the results here. There is a program running during boot called "apt-check," for somewhere in the ballpark of 40 seconds and it's using a lot of CPU. Which makes me ask these 2 questions:
- What is apt-check?
- Why does it run during boot?
I am running the on a single-core Atom processor (N270), dual-boot machine running Ubuntu 11.10 and Windows XP Home.