[xubuntu-users] [15.04 64Bit 04/09]-Very Slow Boot Time?
jessepalsermailinglists at gmail.com
Fri Apr 10 12:21:04 UTC 2015
This bug is a duplicate of this bug:
Which says it was fixed.
I updated Xubuntu 15.04 64Bit this morning and the 2+ minute boot delay
is still occurring?
Will this be fixed in upcoming release candidate next week?
On 04/09/2015 06:44 PM, Cody Smith wrote:
> Systemd is still very new on Ubuntu, so things have to be converted to
> the new APIs and there will be bugs in doing so. So this is not
> On Thu, Apr 9, 2015 at 2:22 PM, Jesse Palser
> <jessepalsermailinglists at gmail.com
> <mailto:jessepalsermailinglists at gmail.com>> wrote:
> If I press [F2] when booting is stalled for 2+ minutes I see two
> revolving messages with a 1:30 minute timer:
> (0 of 1) A start job is running for ... f9691fea.device (1min 12s
> / 1min 30s)
> (1 of 1) A start job is running for ... yptswap1.device (1min 13s
> / no limit)
> I did some research and this is a reported bug here:
> Seems like the encrypted swap is having some trouble mounting
> during the boot process?
> Hope this is fixed in next week's release candidate...
> On 04/09/2015 05:13 PM, Cody Smith wrote:
>> Probably something that worked fine in upstart and has to be
>> fixed in systemd. 15.04 will be the first release with systemd
>> for any Ubuntu spin.
>> On Thu, Apr 9, 2015 at 1:03 PM, Jesse Palser
>> <jessepalsermailinglists at gmail.com
>> <mailto:jessepalsermailinglists at gmail.com>> wrote:
>> I installed a 04/08 daily of Xubuntu 15.04 64Bit and updated
>> to today.
>> Xubuntu runs great, but my desktops boot time is very long (2
>> I this a known issue which will be fixed in next week's
>> release candidate?
>> If I press [F2] when the O.S. is stuck in booting I see 2
>> revolving messages with a 1:30 timer?
>> The timer reaches 1:30 minutes and the booting continues to a
>> I've tried Kubuntu 15.04 64Bit too on this same desktop and
>> get the same slow booting with same messages.
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