Take a look at troubleshooting the system's startup process.
- One of the handiest tools … for troubleshooting the startup process of your system, … is called systemd-analyze. … It can show you how long the system took to start up. … And you can further break down that information by process. … I'll write systemd dash analyze. … And you can break this information down further by process. … I'll write systemd. … Analyze, blame. … Here's a list of all of the startup services, … and the time that they took to execute. … I'll press Q to exit that. … You can also have systemd-analyze … generate a timeline of your boot process, … with the plot option. … I'll write systemd-analyze plot, … and then I'll redirect the output … to a file called startup.svg. … Okay. … I'll go back to my client, … and I'll copy that file … from the server to the client with SCP. … Then I'll switch over to a program … that can open up SVG files. … In my case, I'll use Firefox. … And I'll open up the file. … This shows how long … each process in the startup sequence took. … So, it's a good place to look to get a sense …
- What is CentOS?
- Installing CentOS
- Configuring networking manually
- Configuring the network with NetworkManager
- Connecting remotely
- Working with security-enhanced Linux (SELinux)
- Setting up a firewall
- Setting up a web server
- Sharing user home folders with Samba
- Setting up a desktop environment
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Basic Administration
3. Working with Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux)
4. Working with Common Services and Applications
5. Using a Desktop
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