I recently tried to improve the boot time of a low-end laptop (normal
hdd, no SSD) running Fedora23 (+lightdm + xfce), and disabled unneeded
services which were loaded at boot.
However the systemd-journald.service still takes a lot of time to get
started (11.2s), dispite reducing the maximum log size used by systemd
to 64m (found the suggestion in several forums).
Curently, the critical chain looks like:
[root@localhost elfie]# systemd-analyze critical-chain
└─NetworkManager.service @18.317s +1.995s
└─systemd-update-utmp.service @16.084s +53ms
└─auditd.service @15.613s +459ms
└─systemd-tmpfiles-setup.service @15.152s +429ms
└─systemd-journal-flush.service @14.511s +621ms
└─systemd-journald.service @3.268s +11.222s
Are there any tools available for analyzing this any further?
Thank you in advance, Clemens
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