I have made a clean install of Precise Pangolin on my desktop PC shortly after it was released in April and at some point after that I have started to experience an issue with the boot time being astounding 150 (sic!) seconds; in Oneiric the boot time was around ten seconds plus another ten GRUB waited before booting Ubuntu.
Visually, boot process seems go normally, though a BIOS logo stays on
Hello,When I'm trying to turn off Chakra it take a long times (approximately one minute) but I've a very speedful computer, with an SSD, I5, 8GB of RAM, boot take ~7 seconds... so I don't think it's about capacity of my hardware.
I had many years of reliable behavior with my desktop using 10.04 LTS. After upgrading to 12.04 LTS, my desktop is now acting very strange with booting. Rebooting using the "restart" option always works without any problem. Booting after a normal "shutdown" within about 5-10 minutes works without any problem.
If you are having problem with the boot process which takes too long, you have to try this free software called Soluto. Soluto is a special software that will cut off the boot process extremely. With Soluto you can improve the computer’s start-up time by removing unnecessary applications from the system’s boot-up sequence.
Can anyone let me know how I would reduce time between Last Check Time and Next Scheduled Check on a particular service. I have a very critical task to monitor and the time between checks is currently 5 minutes, which is too long for this service. Can I reduce that time? I need this to be 1 minute or even 30 seconds.
I want Nagios to check this service every 30 seconds.