Re: Slow boot
On Tue, 14 Aug 2018 08:45:09 +0200
Johann Spies <email@example.com> wrote:
> I can push the power on button on my laptop, go and make coffee and
> come back and wait a few minutes before I can work.
> The following services each takes longer than 10 seconds to activate:
> systemd-analyze blame
> 1min 21.617s apt-daily.service
> 1min 2.473s systemd-tmpfiles-setup.service
> 1min 926ms console-setup.service
> 47.192s firstname.lastname@example.org
> 38.873s exim4.service
> 29.176s shorewall.service
> 23.365s wicd.service
> 22.402s mariadb.service
> 18.925s nmbd.service
> 13.917s udisks2.service
> 13.177s ModemManager.service
> 11.865s libvirtd.service
> I can disable apt-daily.service but I do not think the system will
> work properly if I disable the second. The third one (console-setup)
> seems to have a bug:
> systemd: Failed to start Set console font and keymap.
> It is looking for a file (symbols/us-intl) that does not exist
> Aug 14 08:02:55 sitasie console-setup.sh: setupcon: The keyboard
> model is unknown, assuming 'pc105'. Keyboard may be configured
> Aug 14 08:03:55 sitasie console-setup.sh: /usr/bin/ckbcomp: Can
> not find file "symbols/us-intl" in any known directory
> This is the joy that I get since systemd became the standard.
I'm curious. Did you just do a distribution upgrade on this laptop?
From what to what? Or was it a clean install? Or is it an old install
with everything working fine until now?
- Slow boot
- From: Johann Spies <email@example.com>