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    Default Slow boot up time/ log-in after upgrade to openSuse 12.1 from 11.4- systemd

    I recently upgraded to openSuse 12.1 with KDE, from 11.4 and the system seems to be significantly slower starting up.
    One of the great things about 11.4 was the fast boot up/log-in time. However now it seems to take a lot longer.

    Here is the output for
    Code:
    systemd-analyze blame
    Code:
    4516ms apparmor.service
      4339ms remount-rootfs.service
      3677ms avahi-daemon.service
      3559ms var-run.mount
      3428ms var-lock.mount
      3386ms media.mount
      3381ms sys-kernel-security.mount
      3370ms dev-mqueue.mount
      3364ms dev-hugepages.mount
      3359ms windows-C.mount
      3358ms sys-kernel-debug.mount
      3299ms systemd-remount-api-vfs.service
      2068ms bootsplash-quit.service
      1621ms SuSEfirewall2_init.service
      1471ms NetworkManager.service
      1400ms systemd-tmpfiles-setup.service
      1395ms bootsplash-startup.service
      1314ms systemd-vconsole-setup.service
      1252ms cycle.service
      1152ms localnet.service
      1137ms windows-D.mount
       916ms home.mount
       631ms systemd-logind.service
       421ms pcscd.service
       403ms haveged.service
       391ms auditd.service
       375ms nscd.service
       301ms xdm.service
       298ms SuSEfirewall2_setup.service
       288ms systemd-readahead-replay.service
       281ms systemd-readahead-collect.service
       260ms udev-trigger.service
       260ms systemd-modules-load.service
    Can anybody tell me whether or not all of these processes are normal, slow or necessary? I am just trying to identify any bug or problem that may be causing a slow start up?

    Thanks,
    James

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    Default Re: Slow boot up time/ log-in after upgrade to openSuse 12.1 from11.4- systemd

    On 2012-04-26 19:56, JRO321 wrote:
    > Here is the output for
    > Code:
    > --------------------
    > systemd-analyze blame
    >
    > --------------------


    The graphic is easier to interpret.

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    Carlos E. R.
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    Default Re: Slow boot up time/ log-in after upgrade to openSuse 12.1 from11.4- systemd

    I did,

    Code:
    systemd-analyze plot > p.svg
    display p.svg
    I have saved the image file, but unable to upload it onto here?

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    Default Re: Slow boot up time/ log-in after upgrade to openSuse 12.1 from11.4- systemd

    On 2012-04-26 21:06, JRO321 wrote:

    > I have saved the image file, but unable to upload it onto here?


    No, but there is susepaste for that purpose.

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    Carlos E. R.
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    Default Re: Slow boot up time/ log-in after upgrade to openSuse 12.1 from11.4- systemd

    Thank you.

    This is the output:

    SUSE Paste


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    Default Re: Slow boot up time/ log-in after upgrade to openSuse 12.1 from11.4- systemd

    Did I paste it right? You can click on the link to see the image with SUSE paste.

    Can anyone see any process that may be unnecessary that can be removed? Or can you recommend a way of checking, or maybe how to learn more about these processes and point me in the right direction?

    Sincerely,
    James

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    Default Re: Slow boot up time/ log-in after upgrade to openSuse 12.1 from11.4- systemd

    On 2012-05-03 21:16, JRO321 wrote:
    >
    > Did I paste it right? You can click on the link to see the image with
    > SUSE paste.
    >
    > Can anyone see any process that may be unnecessary that can be removed?
    > Or can you recommend a way of checking, or maybe how to learn more about
    > these processes and point me in the right direction?


    Well, you can see in the graph one task with a large red line, and it is
    part of the network. No, you can not remove it. You perhaps check the log
    what it says about that task.

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    Carlos E. R.
    (from 11.4 x86_64 "Celadon" at Telcontar)

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