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Questions about the time period or time length of the booting process in Ubuntu.

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Really high kernel boot time

My system boot time suddenly became very high. I've been dual booting Kubuntu and Win10 for quite some times. The root partition is on ssd. I recently increased my swap size using live usb and then ...
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ubuntu taking too long to boot, constantly needs fsck, and often can't find the boot drive

I started having problems with ubuntu 18.04 forcing me to fsck the boot drive every other time I turned my desktop pc on. I figured maybe it's not supported anymore, so I went for 20.04. However it ...
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Long boot time, /etc/initramfs-tools/conf.d/resume not found

After I mount a hdd I am finding relatively long boot time on ubuntu 20.04. On my PCI gen4 nvme, systemd-analyze Startup finished in 10.499s (firmware) + 3.259s (loader) + 4.428s (kernel) + 8.384s (...
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Slow Ubuntu Boot TIme

For some reason, my boot process is taking too long (almost 2.5 min.). shivansh@devlab:~$ systemd-analyze Startup finished in 33.431s (firmware) + 8.979s (loader) + 3.920s (kernel) + 1min 39.559s (...
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Ubuntu 20.04 LTS long boot time

I have a dual boot machine with Windows10 and Ubuntu 20.04 LTS 64bit While my Windows' 10 boot time is less than 40 seconds (and I am VERY satisfied since the machine has not SSD), Ubuntu takes 1:...
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Slow boot time on Ubuntu 20.04.1 LTS

I've just installed Ubuntu on a new build PC and I'm consistently experiencing long boot times of well over 2 minutes. I saw a lot of advice to use systemd-analyze, but wasn't sure how to interpret it ...
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Ubuntu 20.04 boot slowdown due to some services

I'm using ubuntu 20.04 LTS. The boot time is increased drastically. How can I decrease the boot time? Which services can be stopped? Here is the output of systemd-analyze blame : 2min 1.371s connman-...
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Ubuntu 20.04 long boot time

I update my ubuntu recenly to 20.04. now it takes a long time to boot. I have I5 CPU and 8G RAM. Here the cmd systemd-analyze blame output: 1min 30.094s nmbd.service ...
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sssd sudenly got installed on Ubuntu 20.04!

Today I was working with my fresh installation of Ubuntu 20.04 (about 10 days ago) and I have issued the sudo apt update and sudo apt upgrade commands as usual. However, I have encountered a couple of ...
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How long should it take to boot up Ubuntu? [duplicate]

I am currently using 'Ubuntu 20.04 LTS' (No dual boot) on 'hp da0077tx' laptop (Configuration: i5 8th gen CPU, 8 GB RAM, 1 TB HDD and 2 GB Nvidia GeForce MX110 graphics). I've purchased this laptop in ...
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Ubuntu 20.04 slow boot issue

After experimenting with some suggested remedies to similar boot issues in the forum, my hp pavilion g4 notebook (i5, 4GB RAM) (Windows+Ubuntu 20.04 LTS desktop dual boot) took much longer time to ...
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Slow boot of (X)Ubuntu 19.10 on HP Laptop

I recently bought a new HP Laptop (HP 830 G6) and installed Xubuntu 19.10 with full disk encryption (LUKS). I noticed slow startup times, but not from decryption of the disk, but more until I actually ...
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Ubuntu's GRUB bootloader not getting detected after drive change

I had HDD where I had Ubuntu 18.04 installed and I installed Ubuntu 19.10 on M2 ssd. everything was working perfectly. I planned to replace HDD with another m.2 SSD. I did. after that when i booted my ...
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Ubuntu 16.04.6 & 19.10, Debian 10: timed out boot; Multi-OSes share swap

I'm experiencing boot errors after a recent install of Multiple OSes. I noticed the long boot times watching the boot loading code go by and getting apparently stuck on a start job that takes 90 ...
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Ubuntu 18.04.3 LTS slow boot after installing Kali Linux (Triple Boot)

I had Ubuntu 18.04.3 dual boot with Windows 10 (Windows is on 2nd drive) and never had a issue with slow booting time. After installing Kali Linux on the same drive where Ubuntu is installed, Ubuntu ...
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Ubuntu 19.04 Boot time very long

I'm wondering what is wrong with my Ubuntu boot time. I have a recent computer, with a Windows dual boot (i5 8th gen) What does userspace part refer to ? olivbau@olivier-Ubuntu:~$ systemd-analyze ...
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"Bluetooth: RFCOMM TTY layer initialized" taking long time during boot

Output of dmesg: [ 18.062831] wlp1s0: associated [ 18.516902] IPv6: ADDRCONF(NETDEV_CHANGE): wlp1s0: link becomes ready [ 18.844430] vboxdrv: loading out-of-tree module taints kernel. [ 18....
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18.04.1 LTS infinite boot time

Our Ubuntu Server 18.04 LTS is no longer booting up. Here is what's happening. (please forgive the screenshot but I can't copy'n'paste... Any idea on what is going on? EDIT1: This is a virtual ...
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How to make Kubuntu boot faster?

The time after the unit is active or started is printed after the "@" character. The time the unit takes to start is printed after the "+" character. graphical.target @2min 9.351s └─multi-user.target ...
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Which tasks are really needed for a successful boot?

From the question here I found a way to figure out, what is really time consuming. Output of systemd-analyze blame: 15.389s dev-sda5.device 15.159s snapd.service 15.133s plymouth-quit-wait.service ...
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Slow boot since dist-upgrade to 18-04

My laptop has become slower in boot time since the upgrade to Bionic Beaver. Most of the time (about 30 seconds) is lost here, according to dmesg: [ 3.376986] input: SynPS/2 Synaptics TouchPad as /...
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Plymouth taking a lot of time during boot

$ systemd-analyze blame 3min 19.728s plymouth-quit-wait.service 19.248s dev-sda4.device 13.448s systemd-udevd.service 6.593s NetworkManager-wait-online.service 4.702s snapd....
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I've got a loooong boot time again! This time it's crazily long! +10 min [duplicate]

This has become my nightmare with Ubuntu... since I'm using it (version 14.x). Everything works slick a couple of weeks after a fresh installation but I have no idea what happens in between so that ...
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Help me to decrease boot time for Ubuntu Core + LXDE-Openbox

I have this result of the commnad systemd-analyze critical-chain systemd-analyze critical-chain The time after the unit is active or started is printed after the "@" character. The time the unit ...
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How to speed up Boot Time in Ubuntu 18.04

I am using Ubuntu 18.04 I am confused with quiet splash adding nomodeset something like this.. What is the best option to boost the boot up time? My main aim is to reduce the boot time with in the ...
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Is there a way I can reduce the boot up time on my Ubuntu?

I am using Ubuntu 18.04 on a HP laptop dual booted with Windows 10, with 40 GB of disk space for Ubuntu and a 20 GB of SWAP area since I have an 8 GB of RAM. I am using a HDD. Out of the 40 GB, 32.5 ...
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Slow boot on Asus ROG GL552vw

My Asus ROG GL552vw has a very slow boot of Ubuntu 16.04 desktop. I'm booting single boot. nomodeset doesn't work. I've attached some things with the post showing systemd-analyze time, etc. It takes ...
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Boot time Ubuntu 16.04 [duplicate]

I have an HP Laptop with Ubuntu 16.04 installed (dual boot with Windows 10). The system takes over 1m to boot, as you can see from the following: $ systemd-analyze time && systemd-analyze ...
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Change the boot time on macbook

First of all, I'm not an English speaker, sorry for any mistake you might come across. I installed Ubuntu on an old macbook, and it actually runs great. The problem I have is that there is a waiting ...
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Need help analyzing slow boot (ASUS ROG X99, ACPI)

I have a fairly high end computer (8-core i7-6900K, Samsung SM961 1TB NVMe, 32GB RAM), but I have a very slow boot. $ systemd-analyze Startup finished in 21.766s (firmware) + 5.769s (loader) + 16....
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hanging problem too much

What type of service I have to removed so that hanging problem is gone? 13.373s dev-sda1.device 7.966s NetworkManager-wait-online.service 6.422s systemd-udevd.service 5....
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Lenovo T510 taking too long to boot. (Ubuntu Gnome)

I am quite new to Ubuntu. I ve just installed them to my Lenovo T510 (4384) laptop which also has a freshly installed SSD. The loading time (I 'm talking about the time it spends on the purple screen ...
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adding swap to grub and speed up ubuntu boot page

i installed ubuntu 16.04 its splash screen boot page takes long time to go to entering password page. also, system can not recognize swap and in system monitor, swap is inactive. my swap partition is ...
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Diagnosing boot time problem

I never thought much about my laptop's boot time but I now heard people complain about boot times of 30 s. I think that's about what my laptop needs, too, maybe even longer, and my laptop is better or ...
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Huge boot time on Ubuntu 16.04

On my desktop (with a brand new i3, 8Gb of DDR4 and Ubuntu installed on a SSD) I have a huge boot time on Ubuntu. $ systemd-analyze Startup finished in 6.612s (kernel) + 6min 39.443s (userspace) = ...
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At boot, networking.service is incredibly slow (5 minutes) on Ubuntu 16.10

According to systemd-analyze blame, networking-service is taking over 5 minutes to start at boot: Why is this happening and how can I fix it?
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Long boot time after dual-boot (now removed) with Debian

Distribution: Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Minimal) with i3 as window manager. Output of systemd-analyze: Startup finished in 11.412s (kernel) + 3min 2.797s (userspace) = 3min 14.209s Output of systemd-...
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xubuntu 16.04 took more than 3 mins to boot, what settings should I change to boost the speed?

the following is the output of systemd-analyze blame, and systemd-analyze critical chain, is there any settings I could change/modify to speed up the boot? thank you. after turned off and purged ...
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Ubuntu is booting very slowly after dual boot with Kali

When I was using only Ubuntu 15.10, the boot time was very fast, it was about 15-20 seconds. Recently I installed Kali-Linux rolling edition along side Ubuntu 15.10. Afterwards the boot time of ...
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Disk idle for too long before actually booting

I recently installed an SSD. Boot time is actually great. But I'm curious to know why it seems like it idles a lot before actually booting. I notice this on the HDD light, which is off for a few ...
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Slow booting with strange logo

I uninstall and later reinstall gnome on my Ubuntu 14.04. I then upgraded to ubuntu 15.04. I am experiencing painfully slow loading, thus after using grub to select ubuntu since I dual boot ubuntu ...
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Decrease boot-up time with e4rat

I found an article on howtogeek - how to reduce boot time using e4rat. But seems that article is very old and made for Ubuntu 11.04 Since then lot of new Ubuntu versions came and now we have Ubuntu ...
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Reduce boot time between grub menu and login screen

I use Ubuntu 14.04 LTS version which used to boot fast at beginning but not i loads very slow. I searched for this but can't find suitable answers. so i want to reduce my boot time which is now ...
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compressed block device

I wanted to experiment with combining bcache and a compressed block device on a hdd and seeing if this will speedup the boot time. Are there any means of compressing a block device at the block level? ...
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How to get the boot time of Ubuntu?

I am trying to find the boot time of Ubuntu. The following tells me that my last reboot took 1 minutes 39 second. $ last reboot reboot system boot 3.8.0-29-generic Wed Jan 8 14:55 - 16:35 (01:...
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Why's ubuntu 12.10 so fast [duplicate]

I switched from windows to Ubuntu. There's a question in my mind regarding to boot up time of windows and Ubuntu (and many other Linux distros like Fedora,Linux Mint etc.). The question is "How come ...
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Slow boot due to some IO wait

I would like to improve boot time of my system now it takes almost minute. The system boots from SSD. According to bootchart the system waits for something for at least 30 seconds and does almost ...
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How can I improve my boot time? (bootchart and dmesg output included)

I've noticed that my boot time lately has been unusually slow. I am running 12.04 a laptop with a 2.40GHz CPU and 4GB of RAM. I've run bootchart and dmesg, but I'm not sure how to use them to address ...
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Very slow startup after update to 12.04

My hardware: Dell Latitude D600 laptop Processor: Intel Pentium (r) 1.8 GHz Memory 1.2 GiB Graphics R200 (RV250 4C66) x86/MMX/SSE2 TCL DRI2 Disk: 37.7 gb I did an update from 11.?? using the ...
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How to mount a Samba share at boot time? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Proper fstab entry to mount a samba share on boot? How to add samba share to fstab to ensure mounting at boot time?
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