For some days I have been observing the strange phenomenon that once a day when the PC starts up for the first time, apparently this "daily job" mandb --quiet takes far too long to complete this process. I have spent some time reading and the experts agree that this process can only take a few seconds, otherwise there is a mistake.
In my Gnome system (latest RC-ISO with latest updates), this process takes between 4 to 5 minutes! Due to the good support here in the forum, I was able to narrow down the error and have removed the (for my system) erroneous entry "discard" from the file fstab. As a result, the load has improved somewhat, but the overall duration of the mandb --quiet process has not improved.
Now I ran the mandb -c command and after a few minutes received the error message:
mandb: Warnung: /usr/share/man/man3/pcredemo.3.gz: whatis-Verarbeitung für pcredemo(3) fehlgeschlagen
Can someone kindly confirm this behavior or has a solution?