I have been using Manjaro KDE Plasma os for quite sometime. Earlier my boot time was pretty normal and the RAM utilization was under par. But suddenly something got break and I could see the boot time have increased and my 8GB ram is utilized more for my brave browser. Can somebody assist ?
Startup finished in 4.202s (firmware) + 5.256s (loader) + 6.239s (kernel) + 1min 46.217s (userspace) = 2min 1.916s
graphical.target reached after 1min 45.254s in userspace
Take a look at the output of
Hey @sampath, you can try running
systemd-analyze blame --user to check what is consuming so much time in userspace.
╰─➤systemd-analyze blame 130 ↵
╰─➤systemd-analyze blame --user 130 ↵
Most of the time you can disable this one without issues. For the rest you have to decide what actions to take, e.g. docker.
@CyberOto - can you let me know what command to disable NetworkManager-wait-online.service ?
For docker should I need to reinstall ? will it fix the issue
Disable and mask NetworkManager-wait-online.service. If I don’t mask the service it always starts anyway.
sudo systemctl stop NetworkManager-wait-online.service
sudo systemctl disable NetworkManager-wait-online.service
sudo systemctl mask NetworkManager-wait-online.service
you can try
sudo journalctl --flush as mentioned here: Slow system boot time
@chomsky --Thanks for the input, have executed the commands.
tried flushing the system.
I tried rebooting the system but still the docker resources are consuming more.
I have killed the running container but still see some spike in docker service. Will a reinstallation of docker fix the issue ?
╰─➤ sys systemd-analyze blame