Last year, I bought a laptop Asus ROG G751TJss. The laptop has a SSD
disk but the boot was abnormally long.
systemd-analyze showed that
the full boot took more than thirty seconds
Startup finished in 7.342s (firmware) + 2.246s (loader) + 1.581s (kernel) + 21.208s (initrd) + 2.089s (userspace) = 34.467s
systemd-analyze blame looked normal. A look at
dmesg led me
to this page
where I found a solution.
/etc/default/grub to add
GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT. Last thing needed was to regenerate the
grub configration file with
Here is the result
# systemd-analyze Startup finished in 5.853s (firmware) + 3.744s (loader) + 2.343s (kernel) + 1.741s (initrd) + 1.954s (userspace) = 15.637s