Here is a simple way to test boot time with docker.
$ date +%s.%N ; docker run -it ubuntu date +%s.%N; date +%s.%N
[241588.036012] systemd: Failed to initialise default hostname
1463417942.415059291 (shutdown time)
On 5/14/16, 4:45 PM, "Dev on behalf of Prateek Sharma"
<dev-bounces(a)lists.clearlinux.org on behalf of prateek3.14(a)gmail.com>
What would be a good, reliable way to measure the boot-time of
Clear-containers? Since it boots up so fast, would NTP suffice? Or is
there a way to get the TSC values from inside the VM/container?
I know this is a bit general, but I am eager to measure the actual
clear-containers start times.
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