Boot slowdown

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Joined: 12/07/2019

Release 11.0, Aramo 64-bit
Kernel Linux 5.15.0-101-generic x86_64
MATE 1.26.0

Since the last update there seems to have been a slight slowdown in the boot sequence.

Could this be due to a kernel update or software updates ?

I think the last two updates were for software only.

Maybe I should update security only ?

Thoughts please. :)

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To graphically analyze what takes time during the init:
$ systemd-analyze plot > systemd.svg

"systemd.svg" can then be opened with Eye of MATE or any other viewer that understands SVG.

Joined: 12/07/2019

Thanks for the help.

One thing that doesn't need to start on power up is bluetooth, 'blueman-mechanism.service' 8.388s, so how can this be taken off the list at boot up ?

This morning the startup seemed a bit faster so I've applied todays updates already.