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  • The *total* option of systemd-boot-total-1.0.5 is ambiguous

    When running pts/systemd-boot-total-1.0.5, it gives out below test options. I thought the *Total* option implies it's the sum of all the other options, however it turned out to be just the sum of userspace + kernel boot times. IMHO the boot time of the entire boot procedure is more useful than just userspace + kernel. Now that systemd-analyze already provides the total boot time in its output, can we just take it as the result of the *Total* option?

    Systemd Total Boot Time:
    pts/systemd-boot-total-1.0.5
    System Test Configuration
    1: Total
    2: Userspace
    3: Kernel
    4: Loader
    5: Firmware
    6: Test All Options
    ** Multiple items can be selected, delimit by a comma. **
    Test:

    The systemd-analyze command below reports a total boot time of 46.642 seconds.

    $ systemd-analyze
    Startup finished in 8.823s (firmware) + 5.766s (loader) + 958ms (kernel) + 1.452s (initrd) + 29.642s (userspace) = 46.642s
    graphical.target reached after 29.634s in userspace

  • Ming
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    Thanks for the reply debianxfce

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