Has anyone else experience longer startup/boot times on Fedora 31 than on 30?
Startup now takes noticeably longer before and after the LUKS password prompt. It takes me a while to enter my long password, but 1 minute 22 seconds is still much longer than I expect on a modern system with an SSD.
$ systemd-analyze time Startup finished in 22.833s (firmware) + 5.129s (loader) + 4.690s (kernel) + 33.586s (initrd) + 16.015s (userspace) = 1min 22.255s graphical.target reached after 10.154s in userspace
$ systemd-analyze blame 32.819s dracut-initqueue.service > 23.258s systemd-cryptsetup@luks\ > 9.725s NetworkManager-wait-online.service > 3.775s plymouth-quit-wait.service > 2.659s firewalld.service > 2.386s akmods.service > 2.372s x2gocleansessions.service > 2.316s udisks2.service > 2.271s ModemManager.service > 2.136s accounts-daemon.service > 2.092s lightdm.service > 2.054s systemd-udev-settle.service > 1.220s abrtd.service > 1.214s dkms.service > 1.103s systemd-journal-flush.service > 964ms libvirtd.service > 895ms polkit.service > 791ms lvm2-monitor.service
$ systemd-analyze critical-chain dracut-initqueue.service The time when unit became active or started is printed after the "@" character. The time the unit took to start is printed after the "+" character. dracut-initqueue.service +32.819s └─systemd-udev-trigger.service @592ms +69ms └─systemd-udevd-kernel.socket @582ms └─system.slice └─-.slice