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Old 11th April 2012, 05:06 AM
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16 XFCE much longer time to boot with no network cable

I accidentally unplugged the network cable after finishing installation and it took 30 seconds to 1 minute more time to boot then if the network cable is plugged and into the modem. Same with the connecting automated option checked in the connection and the cable plugged in.

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Apr 10 19:42:52 localhost iscsid: iSCSI daemon with pid=965 started!
Apr 10 19:43:53 localhost systemd[1]: iscsi.service: control process exited, code=exited status=3
Apr 10 19:43:53 localhost systemd[1]: Unit iscsi.service entered failed state.
Apr 10 19:43:55 localhost systemd[1]: Startup finished in 805ms 938us (kernel) + 4s 289ms 563us (initrd) + 1min 14s 400ms 203us (userspace) = 1min 19s 495ms 704us.
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After updates only

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It took me more than half day to figure this out.

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Put the modem back in and it works fine.

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Old 11th April 2012, 08:35 PM
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Re: 16 XFCE much longer time to boot with no network cable

Just wanted to add my new user name here so i can watch it in stats.

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Solved. #service iscsi stop. Don't know what iscsi does and why was delaying my boot.
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Old 11th April 2012, 08:51 PM
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Re: 16 XFCE much longer time to boot with no network cable

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Solved. #service iscsi stop. Don't know what iscsi does and why was delaying my boot.
Stopping a service is not the same as disabling a service. If you have not already done so, then do:
Code:
# chkconfig iscsi off
# chkconfig iscsid off
The iscsi service attempts to discover and mount iscsi devices, which very few users would have.
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