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SystemD - Linux Lite Guide
« on: May 19, 2016, 05:48:43 AM »
 

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Source - https://www.linux.com/learn/cleaning-your-linux-startup-process

Show which services are taking the longest to start up.

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jerry@jerry-VirtualBox:~$ systemd-analyze blame
          5.260s NetworkManager-wait-online.service
           725ms nmbd.service
           645ms samba-ad-dc.service
           635ms lvm2-monitor.service
           623ms dev-sda1.device
           492ms ufw.service
           420ms ModemManager.service
           411ms smbd.service
           393ms systemd-logind.service
           391ms accounts-daemon.service
           327ms networking.service
           253ms NetworkManager.service
           250ms virtualbox-guest-utils.service
           229ms ondemand.service
           228ms apparmor.service
           207ms irqbalance.service
           183ms grub-common.service
           177ms lightdm.service
           166ms lm-sensors.service
           158ms console-kit-log-system-start.service
           134ms gpu-manager.service
           117ms udisks2.service
           110ms systemd-udev-trigger.service
           108ms thermald.service
            97ms console-kit-daemon.service
            94ms console-setup.service
            92ms systemd-udevd.service
            90ms avahi-daemon.service
            90ms upower.service
            84ms systemd-modules-load.service
            72ms plymouth-start.service
            62ms rsyslog.service
            54ms systemd-journald.service
            52ms user@1000.service
            51ms polkitd.service
            46ms systemd-tmpfiles-setup.service
            43ms ubiquity.service
            36ms systemd-tmpfiles-setup-dev.service
            36ms hddtemp.service
            33ms systemd-update-utmp.service
            25ms systemd-journal-flush.service
            23ms pppd-dns.service
            23ms systemd-hostnamed.service
            20ms systemd-user-sessions.service
            19ms dev-hugepages.mount
            19ms dns-clean.service
            18ms rtkit-daemon.service
            18ms plymouth-read-write.service
            17ms sys-kernel-debug.mount
            17ms dev-disk-by\x2duuid-0994cbe3\x2df958\x2d4b7d\x2d9fd4\x2d4f9149dcf127.swap
            15ms kmod-static-nodes.service
            14ms systemd-sysctl.service
            14ms resolvconf.service
            12ms systemd-update-utmp-runlevel.service
            10ms systemd-remount-fs.service
            10ms dev-mqueue.mount
             8ms sys-fs-fuse-connections.mount
             7ms systemd-random-seed.service
             5ms openvpn.service
             3ms rc-local.service
             2ms plymouth-quit-wait.service

List enabled boot services:

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jerry@jerry-VirtualBox:~$ systemctl list-unit-files --type=service | grep enabled
accounts-daemon.service                    enabled
autovt@.service                            enabled
avahi-daemon.service                       enabled
bluetooth.service                          enabled
casper.service                             enabled
cgmanager.service                          enabled
cgproxy.service                            enabled
cron.service                               enabled
cups-browsed.service                       enabled
cups.service                               enabled
dbus-org.bluez.service                     enabled
dbus-org.freedesktop.Avahi.service         enabled
dbus-org.freedesktop.ModemManager1.service enabled
dbus-org.freedesktop.nm-dispatcher.service enabled
dbus-org.freedesktop.thermald.service      enabled
display-manager.service                    enabled
dns-clean.service                          enabled
friendly-recovery.service                  enabled
getty@.service                             enabled
gpu-manager.service                        enabled
lightdm.service                            enabled
lm-sensors.service                         enabled
lvm2-monitor.service                       enabled
ModemManager.service                       enabled
network-manager.service                    enabled
networking.service                         enabled
NetworkManager-dispatcher.service          enabled
NetworkManager-wait-online.service         enabled
NetworkManager.service                     enabled
openvpn.service                            enabled
pppd-dns.service                           enabled
resolvconf.service                         enabled
rsyslog.service                            enabled
syslog.service                             enabled
systemd-timesyncd.service                  enabled
thermald.service                           enabled
ubiquity.service                           enabled
ufw.service                                enabled
unattended-upgrades.service                enabled
ureadahead.service                         enabled
jerry@jerry-VirtualBox:~$

Stop a service (needs both the stop and disable flag)
eg. If you don't have or need Bluetooth:

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sudo systemctl stop bluetooth.service
sudo systemctl disable bluetooth.service

Confirm the service has been stopped:

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jerry@jerry-VirtualBox:~$ systemctl status bluetooth.service
● bluetooth.service - Bluetooth service
   Loaded: loaded (/lib/systemd/system/bluetooth.service; disabled; vendor preset: enabled)
   Active: inactive (dead)
     Docs: man:bluetoothd(

May 19 21:33:04 jerry-VirtualBox systemd[1]: Stopped Bluetooth service.
jerry@jerry-VirtualBox:~$

A disabled service can be started by another service. If you really want it dead, without uninstalling it, then you can mask it to prevent it from starting under any circumstances:

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jerry@jerry-VirtualBox:~$ sudo systemctl mask bluetooth.service
Created symlink from /etc/systemd/system/bluetooth.service to /dev/null.
jerry@jerry-VirtualBox:~$

Generate a list of all services:

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jerry@jerry-VirtualBox:~$ systemctl list-unit-files --type=service
UNIT FILE                                  STATE   
accounts-daemon.service                    enabled
acpid.service                              disabled
alsa-restore.service                       static 
alsa-state.service                         static 
alsa-utils.service                         masked 
apt-daily.service                          static 
autovt@.service                            enabled
avahi-daemon.service                       enabled
bluetooth.service                          masked 
bootlogd.service                           masked 
bootlogs.service                           masked 
bootmisc.service                           masked 
casper.service                             enabled
cgmanager.service                          enabled
cgproxy.service                            enabled
checkfs.service                            masked 
checkroot-bootclean.service                masked 
checkroot.service                          masked 
colord.service                             static 
console-getty.service                      disabled
console-kit-daemon.service                 disabled
console-kit-log-system-restart.service     static 
console-kit-log-system-start.service       static 
console-kit-log-system-stop.service        static 
console-setup.service                      static 
console-shell.service                      disabled
container-getty@.service                   static 
cron.service                               enabled
cryptdisks-early.service                   masked 
cryptdisks.service                         masked 
cups-browsed.service                       enabled
cups.service                               enabled
dbus-org.freedesktop.Avahi.service         enabled
dbus-org.freedesktop.hostname1.service     static 
dbus-org.freedesktop.locale1.service       static 
dbus-org.freedesktop.login1.service        static 
dbus-org.freedesktop.ModemManager1.service enabled
dbus-org.freedesktop.network1.service      disabled
dbus-org.freedesktop.nm-dispatcher.service enabled
dbus-org.freedesktop.resolve1.service      disabled
dbus-org.freedesktop.thermald.service      enabled
dbus-org.freedesktop.timedate1.service     static 
dbus.service                               static 
debug-shell.service                        disabled
display-manager.service                    enabled
dm-event.service                           disabled
dns-clean.service                          enabled
emergency.service                          static 
friendly-recovery.service                  enabled
fuse.service                               masked 
getty-static.service                       static 
getty@.service                             enabled
gpu-manager.service                        enabled
halt.service                               masked 
hostname.service                           masked 
hwclock.service                            masked 
ifup@.service                              static 
initrd-cleanup.service                     static 
initrd-parse-etc.service                   static 
initrd-switch-root.service                 static 
initrd-udevadm-cleanup-db.service          static 
killprocs.service                          masked 
kmod-static-nodes.service                  static 
kmod.service                               static 
lightdm.service                            enabled
lm-sensors.service                         enabled
lvm2-lvmetad.service                       disabled
lvm2-lvmpolld.service                      disabled
lvm2-monitor.service                       enabled
lvm2-pvscan@.service                       static 
lvm2.service                               masked 
ModemManager.service                       enabled
module-init-tools.service                  static 
motd.service                               masked 
mountall-bootclean.service                 masked 
mountall.service                           masked 
mountdevsubfs.service                      masked 
mountkernfs.service                        masked 
mountnfs-bootclean.service                 masked 
mountnfs.service                           masked 
network-manager.service                    enabled
networking.service                         enabled
NetworkManager-dispatcher.service          enabled
NetworkManager-wait-online.service         enabled
NetworkManager.service                     enabled
openvpn.service                            enabled
openvpn@.service                           disabled
plymouth-halt.service                      static 
plymouth-kexec.service                     static 
plymouth-log.service                       static 
plymouth-poweroff.service                  static 
plymouth-quit-wait.service                 static 
plymouth-quit.service                      static 
plymouth-read-write.service                static 
plymouth-reboot.service                    static 
plymouth-start.service                     static 
plymouth-switch-root.service               static 
plymouth.service                           static 
polkitd.service                            static 
pppd-dns.service                           enabled
procps.service                             static 
quotaon.service                            static 
rc-local.service                           static 
rc.local.service                           static 
rc.service                                 masked 
rcS.service                                masked 
reboot.service                             masked 
rescue.service                             static 
resolvconf.service                         enabled
rmnologin.service                          masked 
rsync.service                              disabled
rsyslog.service                            enabled
rtkit-daemon.service                       disabled
samba.service                              masked 
saned.service                              masked 
saned@.service                             indirect
sendsigs.service                           masked 
serial-getty@.service                      disabled
sigpwr-container-shutdown.service          static 
single.service                             masked 
stop-bootlogd-single.service               masked 
stop-bootlogd.service                      masked 
syslog.service                             enabled
systemd-ask-password-console.service       static 
systemd-ask-password-plymouth.service      static 
systemd-ask-password-wall.service          static 
systemd-backlight@.service                 static 
systemd-binfmt.service                     static 
systemd-bootchart.service                  disabled
systemd-bus-proxyd.service                 static 
systemd-exit.service                       static 
systemd-fsck-root.service                  static 
systemd-fsck@.service                      static 
systemd-fsckd.service                      static 
systemd-halt.service                       static 
systemd-hibernate-resume@.service          static 
systemd-hibernate.service                  static 
systemd-hostnamed.service                  static 
systemd-hwdb-update.service                static 
systemd-hybrid-sleep.service               static 
systemd-initctl.service                    static 
systemd-journal-flush.service              static 
systemd-journald.service                   static 
systemd-kexec.service                      static 
systemd-localed.service                    static 
systemd-logind.service                     static 
systemd-machine-id-commit.service          static 
systemd-modules-load.service               static 
systemd-networkd-resolvconf-update.service static 
systemd-networkd-wait-online.service       disabled
systemd-networkd.service                   disabled
systemd-poweroff.service                   static 
systemd-quotacheck.service                 static 
systemd-random-seed.service                static 
systemd-reboot.service                     static 
systemd-remount-fs.service                 static 
systemd-resolved.service                   disabled
systemd-rfkill.service                     static 
systemd-suspend.service                    static 
systemd-sysctl.service                     static 
systemd-timedated.service                  static 
systemd-timesyncd.service                  enabled
systemd-tmpfiles-clean.service             static 
systemd-tmpfiles-setup-dev.service         static 
systemd-tmpfiles-setup.service             static 
systemd-udev-settle.service                static 
systemd-udev-trigger.service               static 
systemd-udevd.service                      static 
systemd-update-utmp-runlevel.service       static 
systemd-update-utmp.service                static 
systemd-user-sessions.service              static 
thermald.service                           enabled
ubiquity.service                           enabled
udev-configure-printer@.service            static 
udev.service                               static 
udisks2.service                            disabled
ufw.service                                enabled
umountfs.service                           masked 
umountnfs.service                          masked 
umountroot.service                         masked 
unattended-upgrades.service                enabled
upower.service                             disabled
urandom.service                            static 
ureadahead-stop.service                    static 
ureadahead.service                         enabled
usb_modeswitch@.service                    static 
usbmuxd.service                            static 
user@.service                              static 
uuidd.service                              indirect
wacom-inputattach@.service                 static 
wpa_supplicant.service                     disabled
x11-common.service                         masked 

192 unit files listed.

Poweroff:

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sudo systemctl poweroff
Restart:

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sudo systemctl reboot
Creating a very basic systemd service file:

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sudo touch /lib/systemd/system/myservicename.service
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sudo nano /lib/systemd/system/myservicename.service
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[Unit]
Description=A brief description of my application
# Wants - other service required to run this service
Wants=network.target
# After - start my service after this service
After=network.target

[Service]
User=jerry
RemainAfterExit=yes
ExecStart=/usr/bin/myapplication
Restart=on-failure

[Install]
WantedBy=multi-user.target

Start the service.

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sudo systemctl daemon-reload
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sudo systemctl start myservicename.service
Last Edit: December 23, 2016, 06:42:21 PM by Jerry
 


Re: SystemD - Linux Lite Guide
« Reply #1 on: May 19, 2016, 05:53:54 AM »
 

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Tip - using a static IP should improve your boot time. If you use DHCP, it takes longer to boot as your machine has to be assigned an IP address.
 

Re: SystemD - Linux Lite Guide
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@Jerry
You must be telepathic :)
I was reading up on systemd about the stopping/starting services.
I used to have my XP set-ups fine tuned to only run absolute minimal services.
nice summary
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Re: SystemD - Linux Lite Guide
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I used to disable many services on Windows too. Now I'm looking for some easy to use software that lists all the services and allows you to enable/disable/mask them. If anyone finds some software, please let me know.
 

Re: SystemD - Linux Lite Guide
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Is this what you mean.?


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sudo apt-get install bum

Not quite the same.?
But you can also get to see "possible hidden" Startup applications by running:
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sudo sed -i 's/NoDisplay=true/NoDisplay=false/g' /etc/xdg/autostart/*.desktop




I don't really need to tell you... But
All need using with caution...!!!
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Re: SystemD - Linux Lite Guide
« Reply #5 on: May 19, 2016, 11:37:07 AM »
 

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Re: SystemD - Linux Lite Guide
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Re: SystemD - Linux Lite Guide
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Re: SystemD - Linux Lite Guide
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Re: SystemD - Linux Lite Guide
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« Reply #10 on: May 25, 2016, 12:44:39 PM »
 

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Code: [Select]
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install systemd-ui

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Re: SystemD - Linux Lite Guide
« Reply #11 on: May 26, 2016, 08:20:53 PM »
 

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I've built packages for Linux Lite 3.0 for this application, it looks the easiest to use:

https://github.com/mmstick/systemd-manager

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sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install systemd-manager -y
I won't include it by default just yet in 3.0 as I'm worried inexperienced users will bork their system.



Menu, System, Systemd Manager
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Re: SystemD - Linux Lite Guide
« Reply #12 on: May 27, 2016, 01:09:36 AM »
 

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I've talked to the developer, and he's happy to entertain sensible suggestions for this application. If you have any suggestions, please put them in this thread. Thank you :)
 

Re: SystemD - Linux Lite Guide
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I've talked to the developer, and he's happy to entertain sensible suggestions for this application. If you have any suggestions, please put them in this thread. Thank you :)


My first opinion after glazing at that screenshot you posted: make the description easier to understand. No difficult languages, no hard-to-read abracadabra. Just plain, simple, easy to read and understand explanation for any "dummy". Too much difficult and technical stuff will scare of the inexperienced user.






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Re: SystemD - Linux Lite Guide
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@nomko

This is a dilemma, the tool allows users to enable and disable certain services, by it's nature it is technical.
With no disrespect to you(or other users) unless you fully understand the "technical" impact(implication) of enabling/disabling certain things you could break your install, or stop it booting.
You may think "oh that looks O.K to disable, but something else may rely on that service." It needs to be used with caution.

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