A noob here before I post, I`ve read and searched through the forum for a solution but failed to find it.
P.S. before jumping to Linux my windows would boot up in about a 17 second
my laptop is Lenovo i7-6700HQ @2.60, 16GB RAM, 4GB NVidia GTX 960m, 1TB HDD
Startup finished in 8.656s (firmware) + 6.571s (loader) + 3.207s (kernel) + 29.684s (userspace) = 49.119s
graphical.target reached after 30.000s in userspace"
Do you have an encrypted partition?
If not then you could mask lvm2-monitor.service:
systemctl disable --now lvm2-monitor.service
systemctl mask lvm2-monitor.service
Faster boot can be achieved by using a SSD…
thank you for the quick replay, already did it, didn’t change anything
Startup finished in 8.519s (firmware) + 6.576s (loader) + 3.110s (kernel) + 31.729s (userspace) = 49.936s
graphical.target reached after 31.147s in userspace
also now I have a pop-up every few minutes asking for KDE wallet password by different apps (kded5, Vivaldi, but I don’t have any)
$ systemd-analyze critical-chain
The time when unit became active or started is printed after the “@” characte>
The time the unit took to start is printed after the “+” character.
graphical.target @ 31.147s
└─multi-user.target @ 31.147s
└─ModemManager.service @ 30.123s +1.022s
└─polkit.service @ 19.507s +10.611s
└─basic.target @ 19.159s
└─sockets.target @ 19.159s
└─snapd.socket @ 19.157s +1ms
└─sysinit.target @ 19.033s
└─systemd-update-done.service @ 18.988s +43ms
└─ldconfig.service @ 17.060s +1.925s
└─local-fs.target @ 17.059s
└─boot-efi.mount @ 16.407s +651ms
I would think the duration is linked to the use of a HDD, a nameable improvement is only to be expected if you are going to use a SSD.
Thank you, for your time
I will order my self an SDD
have a good one.
Yes, then your output may look something like this, sure makes a difference from a HD:
└─lightdm.service @1.267s +15ms