Boot taking a long time
paul.groves.787 at gmail.com
Mon Nov 5 17:07:19 UTC 2018
It turns out my suspicion was correct.
Here is my netplan configuration as generated by the Ubuntu Server Setup
wizard on the install disc:
The problem is that the system was waiting for the network interfaces
eno1 and enps2s0 to come up and causing the delay at boot. Of course,
the interfaces configured this way will never come 'up'.
As suggested on another mailing list I modified the configuration to the
This has now resolved the problem. Because the interfaces are now set as
optional they are not required to be up in order to boot the system.
Then once the system is booted and the network bonding module is loaded
bond0 comes up.
Should this not be set automatically?
More information about the ubuntu-users