I've just upgraded to
16.04 LTS and am sorry I did it. 15 had some quirks, but this is off the wall.
It takes forever to boot,
systemd-analyze blame reports:
3min 261ms powerd.service 22.414s wicd.service 22.094s click-system-hooks.service 17.258s NetworkManager-wait-online.service 16.820s apport.service 16.813s irqbalance.service 16.544s networking.service 16.279s stunnel4.service 12.719s grub-common.service 12.047s dev-sda1.device 11.933s ondemand.service 11.382s speech-dispatcher.service 9.283s lightdm.service 8.955s apt-daily.service 8.020s apparmor.service 7.109s pulseaudio.service 6.685s winbind.service 6.673s nmbd.service 6.410s samba-ad-dc.service 6.036s email@example.com 5.834s ModemManager.service 5.182s console-kit-log-system-start.service 5.001s systemd-user-sessions.service
Can someone suggest anything?
NetworkManager-wait-online.servicefrom boot chain using
sudo systemctl stop NetworkManager-wait-online.service && sudo systemctl disable NetworkManager-wait-online.service, the command executed successfully, however, at next boot
NetworkManager-wait-online.servicewas active and running and therefore responsible for my slow boot again. Is this a bug?
systemctl mask NetworkManager-wait-online.service