On Mon, Jun 29, 2020 at 4:05 PM Ben Cotton <bcot...@redhat.com> wrote:
> https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Changes/DisableDmraidOnFirstRun
> == Summary ==
> The Fedora workstation livecd is the default Fedora variant getfedora.org 
> advices people to download.
> As such most Fedora workstation installs will be done from the livecd. This 
> means that any package which is part of the livecd will be part of the 
> default install for most users.
> Dmraid is 1 of only 2 packages in the default install which still Requires 
> the long obsoleted systemd-udev-settle.service, which waits for all 
> device-detection to be done + some extra waiting just to be sure. This 
> significantly slows down booting on various systems.
> Fedora only support these RAID sets when they are already configured in the 
> BIOS at installation time. So we can solve the problem of dmraid.service 
> still depending on the obsolete udev-settle service by making dmraid.service 
> disable itself if no supported RAID sets are found on its first run.

Yay! +1

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