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  1. sunrat

    systemd-analyze

    I keep finding out really neat things about systemd. The first was how journalctl shows system logs in a much simpler way than browsing logs. Now I just found the systemd-analyze function to quickly show boot time. roger@brain:~$ systemd-analyze Startup finished in 3.742s (kernel) + 7.600s (userspace) = 11.343s Pretty fast and I haven't even tried to optimise it. You can also get a graphical depiction like the old bootchart with: $ systemd-analyze plot > plot.svg I won't post mine because it's huge, but it showed it could save another 4 seconds off userspace time if it wasn't waiting for ntp. Cool stuff!
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