First of all it is unclear to me if this is really related to F32. I have rebooted before since installation and it was relatively quick. However all of a sudden, time from power on to main screen is something like 5 mins with some behavioral glitches. It takes quite a while to get to the login screen. Once there, the pointer will not move for at least a minute. Once it can move, I click my user name, and enter the password. It then hangs for another minute. It then kicks me back to user selection. I select the user again, type the password again, and wait again for another minute. It then finally gets me into the standard Gnome desktop. Sometimes I have to select user and enter password for a third time. This is also true of other DEs/WMs, not just Gnome. Once booted the performance is great! Systemd-analyze blame gives me the following output:
3min 48.919s lvm2-pvscan@8:7.service
2min 30.598s lvm2-monitor.service
LVM2 appears to be the culptrit, but google searching has provided no solutions to this. I do use LVM2 for my Fedora partition. There is another partition for a separate Linux installation. Fedora has been wonderful to use and again, this is only a problem on boot it seems. No other devices are plugged in during these reboots. Any help/direction you could give would be super appreciated.