Optimize the boot image updating process
can be excluded if devices are known to follow defined specs.
The boot-loaders and the Linux kernel contain a default configuration that decides which components are included in the build.
A timestamp can be added to each string printed by the kernel.
Refer to this page for details and link to the original patch.
The default configuration of u-boot and the Linux kernel is friendly for development systems - not the end products.
Auditing the timestamps can helps in calculating actual time spent in processing.
To enable timestamp, select the option " When the Linux kernel boot up, all statically linked drivers and subsystems are initialized.
However, this may be required in the context of the end-product.