NetworkManager-wait-online.service slows boot time

Bug #1722642 reported by f10w on 2017-10-10
This bug affects 2 people
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Linux Mint

Bug Description

Startup finished in 2.887s (firmware) + 3.347s (loader) + 6.496s (kernel) + 8.450s (userspace) = 21.181s

in which NetworkManager-wait-online.service took 6.966s

"This service started eating boot time since the last update to network manager gnome package in May", so I'm reporting this as a bug, as suggested by someone here:

System: Linux Mint 18.2 Cinnamon
Hardware: Dell Precision M4800 with Samsung EVO 850 SSD.

Sasa (coldboot) wrote :


The issue with this service developed on my machine too, since the latest upgrade of Network Manager. Network Manager is gradually accruing system boot time requiring more and more time just to report back to this service that the network is ready???

With this service enabled, systemd-analyze time returns on my machine:

Startup finished in 3.067s (kernel) + 12.720s (userspace) = 15.787s

When disabled:

Startup finished in 3.052s (kernel) + 1.899s (userspace) = 4.952s

Hardware and sofware specs:

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