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is a modern replacement for
and the interpreting shells, designed for
startup performance and faster boot times.
System startup tasks are described in an ASCII config file
that is converted to binary anytime before booting.
reads the binary file and multiple threads
run tasks in parallel as directed.
See the links below for more info.
4-Cores/8-Threads or more,
including embedded systems, servers, and HEDTs
Linux and other UNIX flavors, often those with init(8) or similar