After installing 19.10 alongside Windows 10 on my Asus Notebook, I expected the boot time to under a minute. Instead, it is 1 min and 15 seconds.
Is this normal for a laptop with a HD (no SSD, still)?
systemd-analyze blame returns :
There is also a boot screen with a long line of message that I find difficult to interpret:
That is indeed slow - and maybe those PCIe errors are the key (hopefully)
Does anything here (suggest also read the comments) help?
Great many thanks, adding pci=noaer to the GRUB solved the problem with the PCI Bus.
The boot time stills remains the same, though.
1m 15s is perfectly normal for a HDD, at least for me. What was Win10’s boot time?
Found this article about the above service - worth a try boot - What is the use of systemd-journal-flush.service? - Ask Ubuntu
systemd-analyze blame after dealing with the above.
Windows 10 boot time is only 35 seconds … a lost faster
Hmm, VERY fast for a HDD. Check @fossfreedom’s posts above, please. They tell you some system services you can shut down to make boot faster ;p
Thank you, guys, for your efforts.
I have looked at the system-service solution here before, and, even it is possible, it is not recommended to disable the service, since it obviously has a utility, or wouldn’t be there.
System-analyze blame reveals that the process which takes the longest time to load, is
According to the recommendations from ask-ubuntu, I tried:
sudo journalctl --vacuum-size=1G --vacuum-time=5d --vacuum-files=5
But, to no avail.
I find the idea to disable services in order to gain a couple of seconds, concerning. I guess there is a high probability to mess up the system and sometimes undo certain actions is not that easy.
It just would be nice to have a slicker boot …