On 12/24/15, Vijay Rajah <m...@rvijay.me> wrote:
> On 12/24/15 12:22 PM, Ian Smith wrote:
>> ~2 minutes delay there. sendmail (mta and msp both) at least
>> are unhappy about your hostname, and sleep on it. I don't know whether
>> that's significant or related to the longer delay you report. I just
>> skimmed through your dmesg, but didn't spot anything glaringly obvious.
>> FWIW, cheers, Ian
> Thanks for taking the time to help me.
> The delay is (mostly) before the boot loader menu is presented. Once the
> system starts to boot.. It is pretty fast...
> When the system boots, after the BIOS hands over the control to the OS..
> there are 6-7 lines, which give boot loader version etc.. (the last of
> this gives the details of the build host etc..)
> Then there is a spinning wheel, an the system just sits there for some
> time.. (even the wheel spins slowly). after 3-4 mins I see it loads the
> /boot/default/loader.conf . After this the menu is loaded..
Confirmed this issue, seems like the forth parser or something forth
related code in slow.
Loading the modules takes ~30 sec, and the kernel takes once more 30 sec.
This is a Gigabyte GA-H170N-WIFI board. I can test some change after Christmas.
> so, the issue is long before this dmesg even begins... Unfortunately, I
> do not know how to force a verbose boot before the boot menu...
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