Dne 30. 06. 20 v 10:57 Vitaly Zaitsev via devel napsal(a):
On 29.06.2020 22:04, Ben Cotton wrote:
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.
+1 for this change.
Also the LVM monitor can be disabled too if LVM is not used in current
LVM monitor: -2.01 seconds.
RAID: -2.41 seconds.
If the user does not need lvm2, then the package should not be installed/
However when lvm2 is installed - lvm2 monitoring service is supposed to
be there and enabled - it should not impact load time all that much...
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