I have Lubuntu 18.04 LTS i386 installed on an SD card on Intel Classmate PC laptop.
I have recently cloned the 16GB card to a 64GB one using Win32DiskImager and resized it using GParted LiveUSB.
The boot is absurdly slow now, and I have looked around and tried all the solutions but it seems the problem lies somewhere in GRUB, but I'm kinda fresh to Linux so I don't know here to start looking to identify it.
I disabled splash to see the kernel boot messages and found out the boot is stalling for exactly 2 minutes (120 seconds) in grub, before loading the kernel (with blank screen, no cursor), which would suggest some kind of a timeout event, but I don't know where to start looking for the cause behind it.
So far I tried solutions form other similar questions:
/etc/fstabshows the correct UUID for disk (matching
blockdev --getalignoff /dev/sdb1shows
swapis a file, not a partition
- I ran
- I ran
update-initramfs -uk all
systemd-analyzedoesn't account for the entirety of boot time
dmesgshows nothing interesting, as boot messages only start showing up after 2 minutes of grub limbo
It seems the stall is somewhere in grub. I have checked to make sure that
/boot/grub/grub.cfg shows UUID matching
blkid one everywhere.
/var/boot.log is empty
journalctl -b starts at the same point
dmesg does (after 2 minutes)
Any ideas as to where I could start looking to identify the problem would be greatly appreciated!