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1# DO NOT EDIT. This file is generated from Config.src
2#
3# For a description of the syntax of this configuration file,
4# see scripts/kbuild/config-language.txt.
5#
6
7menu "Init Utilities"
8
9config BOOTCHARTD
10    bool "bootchartd"
11    default y
12    help
13      bootchartd is commonly used to profile the boot process
14      for the purpose of speeding it up. In this case, it is started
15      by the kernel as the init process. This is configured by adding
16      the init=/sbin/bootchartd option to the kernel command line.
17
18      It can also be used to monitor the resource usage of a specific
19      application or the running system in general. In this case,
20      bootchartd is started interactively by running bootchartd start
21      and stopped using bootchartd stop.
22
23config FEATURE_BOOTCHARTD_BLOATED_HEADER
24    bool "Compatible, bloated header"
25    default y
26    depends on BOOTCHARTD
27    help
28      Create extended header file compatible with "big" bootchartd.
29      "Big" bootchartd is a shell script and it dumps some
30      "convenient" info int the header, such as:
31        title = Boot chart for `hostname` (`date`)
32        system.uname = `uname -srvm`
33        system.release = `cat /etc/DISTRO-release`
34        system.cpu = `grep '^model name' /proc/cpuinfo | head -1` ($cpucount)
35        system.kernel.options = `cat /proc/cmdline`
36      This data is not mandatory for bootchart graph generation,
37      and is considered bloat. Nevertheless, this option
38      makes bootchartd applet to dump a subset of it.
39
40config FEATURE_BOOTCHARTD_CONFIG_FILE
41    bool "Support bootchartd.conf"
42    default y
43    depends on BOOTCHARTD
44    help
45      Enable reading and parsing of $PWD/bootchartd.conf
46      and /etc/bootchartd.conf files.
47config HALT
48    bool "poweroff, halt, and reboot"
49    default y
50    help
51      Stop all processes and either halt, reboot, or power off the system.
52
53config FEATURE_CALL_TELINIT
54    bool "Call telinit on shutdown and reboot"
55    default y
56    depends on HALT && !INIT
57    help
58      Call an external program (normally telinit) to facilitate
59      a switch to a proper runlevel.
60
61      This option is only available if you selected halt and friends,
62      but did not select init.
63
64config TELINIT_PATH
65    string "Path to telinit executable"
66    default "/sbin/telinit"
67    depends on FEATURE_CALL_TELINIT
68    help
69      When busybox halt and friends have to call external telinit
70      to facilitate proper shutdown, this path is to be used when
71      locating telinit executable.
72config INIT
73    bool "init"
74    default y
75    select FEATURE_SYSLOG
76    help
77      init is the first program run when the system boots.
78
79config FEATURE_USE_INITTAB
80    bool "Support reading an inittab file"
81    default y
82    depends on INIT
83    help
84      Allow init to read an inittab file when the system boot.
85
86config FEATURE_KILL_REMOVED
87    bool "Support killing processes that have been removed from inittab"
88    default n
89    depends on FEATURE_USE_INITTAB
90    help
91      When respawn entries are removed from inittab and a SIGHUP is
92      sent to init, this option will make init kill the processes
93      that have been removed.
94
95config FEATURE_KILL_DELAY
96    int "How long to wait between TERM and KILL (0 - send TERM only)" if FEATURE_KILL_REMOVED
97    range 0 1024
98    default 0
99    depends on FEATURE_KILL_REMOVED
100    help
101      With nonzero setting, init sends TERM, forks, child waits N
102      seconds, sends KILL and exits. Setting it too high is unwise
103      (child will hang around for too long and could actually kill
104      the wrong process!)
105
106config FEATURE_INIT_SCTTY
107    bool "Run commands with leading dash with controlling tty"
108    default y
109    depends on INIT
110    help
111      If this option is enabled, init will try to give a controlling
112      tty to any command which has leading hyphen (often it's "-/bin/sh").
113      More precisely, init will do "ioctl(STDIN_FILENO, TIOCSCTTY, 0)".
114      If device attached to STDIN_FILENO can be a ctty but is not yet
115      a ctty for other session, it will become this process' ctty.
116      This is not the traditional init behavour, but is often what you want
117      in an embedded system where the console is only accessed during
118      development or for maintenance.
119      NB: using cttyhack applet may work better.
120
121config FEATURE_INIT_SYSLOG
122    bool "Enable init to write to syslog"
123    default y
124    depends on INIT
125
126config FEATURE_EXTRA_QUIET
127    bool "Be _extra_ quiet on boot"
128    default y
129    depends on INIT
130    help
131      Prevent init from logging some messages to the console during boot.
132
133config FEATURE_INIT_COREDUMPS
134    bool "Support dumping core for child processes (debugging only)"
135    default y
136    depends on INIT
137    help
138      If this option is enabled and the file /.init_enable_core
139      exists, then init will call setrlimit() to allow unlimited
140      core file sizes. If this option is disabled, processes
141      will not generate any core files.
142
143config FEATURE_INITRD
144    bool "Support running init from within an initrd (not initramfs)"
145    default y
146    depends on INIT
147    help
148      Legacy support for running init under the old-style initrd. Allows
149      the name linuxrc to act as init, and it doesn't assume init is PID 1.
150
151      This does not apply to initramfs, which runs /init as PID 1 and
152      requires no special support.
153
154config INIT_TERMINAL_TYPE
155    string "Initial terminal type"
156    default "linux"
157    depends on INIT
158    help
159      This is the initial value set by init for the TERM environment
160      variable. This variable is used by programs which make use of
161      extended terminal capabilities.
162
163      Note that on Linux, init attempts to detect serial terminal and
164      sets TERM to "vt102" if one is found.
165config MESG
166    bool "mesg"
167    default y
168    help
169      Mesg controls access to your terminal by others. It is typically
170      used to allow or disallow other users to write to your terminal
171
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