Unfortunately there were more unattended upgrades that require a reboot
since I filed this bug, so systemd-analyze can't see what happened any
more.

As for systemd service files, I believe ntp has none. systemctl status
ntp says

   Loaded: loaded (/etc/init.d/ntp; bad; vendor preset: enabled)

which AFAIU means it's still using legacy sysvinit scripts.

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