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Old 10th August 2011, 12:17 PM
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Bootstrap too slowly

Fedora 15.

It takes about 1 more minute to boot my Fedora 15, please help me.

Thanks in advance.

Here is the result of systemd-analyze:

Startup finished in 1929ms (kernel) + 184241ms (initrd) + 85178ms (userspace) = 271350ms

Here is the boot log:

Code:
udevadm settle - timeout of 180 seconds reached, the event queue contains:
  /sys/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:1c.4/0000:03:00.0/host4/target4:0:0/4:0:0:0/block/sr0 (1292)
Failed to load SELinux policy.

Welcome to [0;34mFedora release 15 (Lovelock)[0m!

Starting Bootup hack...
Started Load legacy module configuration.
Started Load Kernel Modules.
Starting Syslog Kernel Log Buffer Bridge...
Started Syslog Kernel Log Buffer Bridge.
Started Set Up Additional Binary Formats.
Starting Apply Kernel Variables...
Starting udev Kernel Device Manager...
Starting Runtime Directory...
Started File System Check on Root Device.
Starting Lock Directory...
Starting Media Directory...
Starting Remount Root FS...
Starting Remount API VFS...
Starting Setup Virtual Console...
Started Apply Kernel Variables.
Starting Stdio Syslog Bridge...
Started Stdio Syslog Bridge.
Started Media Directory.
Started Runtime Directory.
Started Bootup hack.
Started Lock Directory.
Started Remount Root FS.
Starting Configure read-only root support...
Started Remount API VFS.
Started Setup Virtual Console.
Started Configure read-only root support.
Started udev Kernel Device Manager.
Starting udev Coldplug all Devices...
Started udev Coldplug all Devices.
Starting udev Wait for Complete Device Initialization...
Started udev Kernel Device Manager.
Starting /dev/mapper/vg_listar-lv_swap...
Started /dev/mapper/vg_listar-lv_swap.
Starting File System Check on /dev/disk/by-uuid/cdad37f5-3afb-4acd-b937-1d94b47274c0...
Starting Huge Pages File System...
Started Huge Pages File System.
Starting POSIX Message Queue File System...
Started POSIX Message Queue File System.
systemd-fsck[691]: /dev/sda8: clean, 45/128016 files, 88106/512000 blocks
Started File System Check on /dev/disk/by-uuid/cdad37f5-3afb-4acd-b937-1d94b47274c0.
Starting /boot...
Started /boot.
Started udev Wait for Complete Device Initialization.
Starting Wait for storage scan...
Started Show Plymouth Boot Screen.
Started Wait for storage scan.
Starting Initialize storage subsystems (RAID, LVM, etc.)...
Starting File System Check on /dev/mapper/vg_listar-lv_home...
Started Initialize storage subsystems (RAID, LVM, etc.).
Starting Initialize storage subsystems (RAID, LVM, etc.)...
systemd-fsck[735]: /dev/mapper/vg_listar-lv_home: clean, 29931/2035824 files, 441563/8142848 blocks
Started File System Check on /dev/mapper/vg_listar-lv_home.
Starting /home...
Started Initialize storage subsystems (RAID, LVM, etc.).
Started /home.
Started Relabel all filesystems, if necessary.
Started Reconfigure the system on administrator request.
Starting Enable all detected swap partitions...
Started Mark the need to relabel after reboot.
Starting Tell Plymouth To Write Out Runtime Data...
Starting Load Random Seed...
Starting Recreate Volatile Files and Directories...
Started Enable all detected swap partitions.
Started Tell Plymouth To Write Out Runtime Data.
Started Load Random Seed.
Started Recreate Volatile Files and Directories.
Starting Restore Sound Card State...
Starting Console System Startup Logging...
Starting Bootup unhack...
Starting System Logging Service...
Starting Job spooling tools...
Started Job spooling tools.
Starting Console Mouse manager...
Starting ABRT Automated Bug Reporting Tool...
Starting ACPI Event Daemon...
Starting LSB: Port reservation utility...
Starting LSB: Monitoring of LVM2 mirrors, snapshots etc. using dmeventd or progress polling...
Starting Avahi mDNS/DNS-SD Stack...
Starting irqbalance daemon...
Starting Command Scheduler...
Started Command Scheduler.
Starting System Setup Keyboard...
Started System Setup Keyboard.
Starting Network Manager...
Starting D-Bus System Message Bus...
Started Restore Sound Card State.
Started Console System Startup Logging.
Started Bootup unhack.
Started Console Mouse manager.
Stopping Syslog Kernel Log Buffer Bridge...
Stopped Syslog Kernel Log Buffer Bridge.
Started System Logging Service.
Started ACPI Event Daemon.
Started D-Bus System Message Bus.
Started LSB: Port reservation utility.
Started LSB: Monitoring of LVM2 mirrors, snapshots etc. using dmeventd or progress polling.
Started irqbalance daemon.
Starting SYSV: This starts the Linux Auditing System Daemon, which collects security related events in a dedicated audit log. If this daemon is turned off, audit events will be sent to syslog....
Started Avahi mDNS/DNS-SD Stack.
Started ABRT Automated Bug Reporting Tool.
Started SYSV: This starts the Linux Auditing System Daemon, which collects security related events in a dedicated audit log. If this daemon is turned off, audit events will be sent to syslog..
Starting LSB: processor frequency scaling support...
Starting SYSV: The rpcbind utility is a server that converts RPC program numbers into universal addresses. It must be running on the host to be able to make RPC calls on a server on that machine....
Starting Bluetooth Manager...
Started Network Manager.
Started SYSV: The rpcbind utility is a server that converts RPC program numbers into universal addresses. It must be running on the host to be able to make RPC calls on a server on that machine..
Starting LSB: Start up the OpenSSH server daemon...
Starting LSB: Mount and unmount network filesystems....
Starting LSB: Starts the NFSv4 id mapping daemon...
Starting LSB: Start and stop the MD software RAID monitor...
Starting LSB: Start up the NFS file locking sevice...
Starting LSB: Starts the RPCSEC GSS client daemon...
Starting /etc/rc.local Compatibility...
Started Bluetooth Manager.
Started LSB: Mount and unmount network filesystems..
Starting LSB: Daemon to access a smart card using PC/SC...
Starting LSB: Start Openswan IPsec at boot time...
Starting Permit User Sessions...
Started LSB: Starts the RPCSEC GSS client daemon.
Started Permit User Sessions.
Started LSB: Daemon to access a smart card using PC/SC.
Started LSB: processor frequency scaling support.
xmodmap:  unable to open display ''
Started LSB: Starts the NFSv4 id mapping daemon.
Started /etc/rc.local Compatibility.
Starting Wait for Plymouth Boot Screen to Quit...
Starting Display Manager...
Started Display Manager.
Started LSB: Start up the NFS file locking sevice.
Started LSB: Start and stop the MD software RAID monitor.
Started LSB: Start up the OpenSSH server daemon.


---------- Post added at 07:17 PM ---------- Previous post was at 03:21 PM ----------

I have shorten the timeout to 30ms using the following command:
udevadm settle --timeout=30
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Old 12th August 2011, 09:30 AM
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Re: Bootstrap too slowly

There will be much more helpful comments than I can add but maybe it would be helpful to type

Code:
dmesg
in order to see what causes the slow boot.
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Old 13th August 2011, 06:42 AM
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Re: Bootstrap too slowly

Quote:
Originally Posted by pfnuesel View Post
There will be much more helpful comments than I can add but maybe it would be helpful to type

Code:
dmesg
in order to see what causes the slow boot.
The attachment file is the dmesg output.

Thank you for your attention.
Attached Files
File Type: log dmesg.log (57.5 KB, 131 views)
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Old 15th August 2011, 10:49 AM
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Re: Bootstrap too slowly

So dmesg prints your kernel output during the boot process. The numbers you have in brackets in front of every line tells you how long it took for the particular command to be executed (in seconds).

If you check your output you see that you have four bigger jumps,

Code:
[    2.302856] scsi 4:0:0:0: CD-ROM            PIONEER  DVD-ROM DVD-130P 1.02 PQ: 0 ANSI: 5
[   32.736052] ata5.00: exception Emask 0x0 SAct 0x0 SErr 0x0 action 0x6 frozen
Code:
[   42.976333] sr 4:0:0:0: Attached scsi generic sg1 type 5
[  103.904042] ata5.00: limiting speed to UDMA/66:PIO4
Code:
[  114.144053] ata5: EH complete
[  174.816039] ata5.00: limiting speed to UDMA/33:PIO4
Code:
[  193.300953] NVRM: loading NVIDIA UNIX x86 Kernel Module  280.13  Wed Jul 27 16:55:43 PDT 2011
[  249.824051] ata5.00: limiting speed to PIO4
and all the jumps are caused by your ata5.00 device. So you might detach that DVD-ROM from your system and see if it helps. Did you change anything on that drive?

This is about as far as I can help you, for suggestions about how to solve the problem with this drive, I hope more experienced user will be able to help you.
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Old 15th August 2011, 10:44 PM
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Re: Bootstrap too slowly

udevd is having troubles setting up a device file (in /dev) for this cd/dvd device.
I don't know if there is a problem with the hardware itself, or the device driver.
Like pfnuesel says, I bet it will boot faster if you detach the dvd device.
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Old 17th August 2011, 07:47 AM
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Re: Bootstrap too slowly

Quote:
Originally Posted by pfnuesel View Post
So dmesg prints your kernel output during the boot process. The numbers you have in brackets in front of every line tells you how long it took for the particular command to be executed (in seconds).

If you check your output you see that you have four bigger jumps,

Code:
[    2.302856] scsi 4:0:0:0: CD-ROM            PIONEER  DVD-ROM DVD-130P 1.02 PQ: 0 ANSI: 5
[   32.736052] ata5.00: exception Emask 0x0 SAct 0x0 SErr 0x0 action 0x6 frozen
Code:
[   42.976333] sr 4:0:0:0: Attached scsi generic sg1 type 5
[  103.904042] ata5.00: limiting speed to UDMA/66:PIO4
Code:
[  114.144053] ata5: EH complete
[  174.816039] ata5.00: limiting speed to UDMA/33:PIO4
Code:
[  193.300953] NVRM: loading NVIDIA UNIX x86 Kernel Module  280.13  Wed Jul 27 16:55:43 PDT 2011
[  249.824051] ata5.00: limiting speed to PIO4
and all the jumps are caused by your ata5.00 device. So you might detach that DVD-ROM from your system and see if it helps. Did you change anything on that drive?

This is about as far as I can help you, for suggestions about how to solve the problem with this drive, I hope more experienced user will be able to help you.
Thanks a lot. I have done nothing on my DVD-ROM. I will detach it right now and reboot system to see what happens.

---------- Post added at 02:47 PM ---------- Previous post was at 02:45 PM ----------

Quote:
Originally Posted by mikee View Post
udevd is having troubles setting up a device file (in /dev) for this cd/dvd device.
I don't know if there is a problem with the hardware itself, or the device driver.
Like pfnuesel says, I bet it will boot faster if you detach the dvd device.
Thanks for your advice. The dvd-rom may work fine, because I can use it. I try to detach dvd-rom from Fedora and have a try.
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