I've got an issue whereby after each reboot the first time I log into my session it takes ages. That is, it can take up to five minutes from the moment I enter my password until I can use the desktop.
I was trying to use bootchart to debug the issue, but while bootchart itself worked, the graphics output are cropped at 105 seconds, so I cannot even see when compiz starts.
/etc/init/bootchart.conf, it seems the graphic is cropped indeed after compiz start, but it doesn't seem to be my case
bootchart --format=$format \ --crop-after=compiz,metacity,mutter,kwin,xfwm4 \ --annotate=ureadahead,mountall,hostname,hwclock \ --annotate=Xorg \ --annotate=gdm-session-worker \ --output="/var/log/bootchart" "$TARBALL"
Here is some example output.
Is there any way I can see a longer time axis on the graph, at least until the desktop is loaded?