Since I added a new network card (Intel Corporation Centrino Ultimate-N 6300) in my thinkpad x230 I started having 2min + boots (although sometimes its faster if the laptop manages to have a connection).
Here is some logs that might be useful:
When I run
Startup finished in 2.630s (kernel) + 17.928s (initrd) + 2min 10.419s (userspace) = 2min 30.978s
When I run
graphical.target @2min 10.395s └─multi-user.target @2min 10.394s └─plymouth-quit-wait.service @2min 6.071s +4.317s └─systemd-user-sessions.service @2min 5.769s +22ms └─remote-fs.target @2min 5.761s └─remote-fs-pre.target @2min 5.761s └─nfs-client.target @6.139s └─gssproxy.service @6.111s +27ms └─network.target @6.100s └─wpa_supplicant.service @6.079s +19ms └─dbus-broker.service @4.071s +114ms └─dbus.socket @3.964s └─sysinit.target @3.952s └─systemd-update-utmp.service @3.929s +22ms └─auditd.service @3.846s +80ms └─systemd-tmpfiles-setup.service @3.739s +102ms └─local-fs.target @3.632s └─home.mount @3.621s +9ms └─systemd-fsck@dev-mapper-fedora_localho> └─local-fs-pre.target @3.574s └─lvm2-monitor.service @1.294s +1.51> └─dm-event.socket @1.267s └─system.slice └─-.slice
The issue seems to be coming from the
After boot I can start it normally, so I’m not sure why is it failing on boot.
Also sometimes it does not fail but I still get wait times. Is there a way to check which services are depended on it?
For now I put a 1 second timeout to the service’s file but it does not seem to work.
My next step is probably going to be to mask the service but ideally I would like to solve the issue and not try to hide it.
Does any of you have a similar issue?
edit: Does anyone know why fedora needs to establish a connection on boot? I would imagine that this can also happen in the login screen?