On 2020-05-10 16:37, Sreyan Chakravarty wrote:
I have just upgraded to Fedora 32 and am using the latest 5.6.10-300
kernel. But I am seeing that is slower to boot than the 5.5 kernel that
I was using in Fedora 31.
For example, when I enter my LUKS password, it takes a good 30 seconds to start the
actual boot process. In 5.5 this use to happen almost
instantaneously after I entered my password.
Anyone facing anything similar ? Or maybe knows why this is happening ?
to see what process is taking the longest.
will give you an overall picture.
FWIW, I'm actually seeing quicker boot times with 5.6 kernels than 5.5.
Sadly, I deleted the timing info.
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