> Boot analysis
> Logging starts at 70 ms from reset. Boot time from reset is 300 + 70 = 370 ms.
> Logging starts at 330 ms from power on. Cold boot time is 330 + 300 = 630 ms.
> Loading of 1.5 MiB Linux image from NAND takes 237 ms with throughput 6 MiB/s.
> Code execution takes 60 ms or 43M CPU cycles. (For other CPU frequency execution time is different, but number of processor cycles is the same)
I agree that it would be interesting to see timings for a sample application as well.
I seem to recall one example of embedded Linux starting a GUI application (Qt over framebuffer IIRC) driving a webcam in about 1 second (again, IIRC) from system reset.