2011/9/30 Michał Piotrowski <mkkp4x4(a)gmail.com>
2011/9/30 Andy Lawrence <dr.diesel(a)gmail.com>:
> My system is a fresh F16rc3, XFCE all updates on a fast Sandy Bridge and
> SSD, check out my super long boot delay below. How do I troubleshoot
> to see what is going wrong?
> 6469ms fedora-wait-storage.service
It seems that removing/loading/removing scsi_wait_scan module takes
some time on your system. This could be a kernel or hardware specific
> Long files don't show anything interesting to me.
How about dmesg?
Thanks for the help! It appears scsi_wait_scan isn't even getting loaded as
lsmod doesn't show it. I moved the
file /lib/systemd/system/fedora-wait-storage.service out of the way, for
some reason you can't disable that particular service. Anyhow the delay is
I searched all the log files including dmesg, didn't see anything but I
could have easily missed it. I also grep'ed for scsi_wait_scan in all with
no results. Once booted that module loads instantly, I'll test more later
now that I know what is causing it!