Systemd It is the new daemon for the boot system that many distributions incorporate that have replaced the old one init.
Hated by many (including Linus Torvalds who with good reason sent one of his programmers to fly), adored by others, it is still true that regardless of the problems that Systemd may "philosophically" have, the distributions that have adopted it have shown a boot time much lower than the rest.
And that's exactly what this post is about, showing you a simple command that will show us the Kernel startup time and the workspace.
We open a terminal and put:
In my case, I have ArchLinux installed on a Caché SSD, with KDE 4.12.4, so I got the following result:
Startup finished in 5.355s (kernel) + 2.309s (userspace) = 7.664s
What do you think?