I've done some experimenting to get my Debian VMs to boot faster. So far
I've reduced the start time significantly by disabling these services in
Disabling the last two may have consequences, e.g. if you use VMs to
access LVM storage. But that lvm2-monitor does consume a whopping 4+
seconds according to systemd-analyze. YMMV.
And note that my criteria for picking these is just a cursory glance at
unit start times.
Ultimately, a good solution may be getting some of these units to start
10-20 seconds later. I think that makes sense in the case of
lvm2-monitor. Some other time-consuming services like qubes-update-check
already start later and don't seem to impact VM start times and
FWIW, Ubuntu has announced that boot times have worsened a lot and
they'll make an effort to reduce them (again). Not sure to what extent
that reflects on Debian.
Chris Laprise, tas...@posteo.net
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