I would like to reduce my machine boot time. On my old Fedora 29 XFCE spin, I removed services like the
plymouth-quit-wait.service, which was taking 30.541s.
On my new laptop with a fresh Fedora 30 installation, I see another plymouth service, the
plymouth-switch-root.service. Even after I disabled the first service, it keeps running. I’m checking it by running
Is it safe to also disable the
plymouth-switch-root.service? I saw it runs before the
initrd-switch-root.service, so it kept me from disabling it before understanding its behaviour.