I'm on a Debian Sid machine with Cinnamon as desktop manager.
Since a couple of days I get really long boot time. From switching on the computer to the login page no problem, but once here, to log in to the system, it can take also more than 3 minutes.
systemd-analyze blame and it seems that
phpsessionclean.service is the guilty:
matteo@debian:~$ systemd-analyze blame 3min 7.981s phpsessionclean.service 16.735s NetworkManager-wait-online.service 6.529s firstname.lastname@example.org 1.781s keyboard-setup.service
I have no idea why it started to do that.
BTW: I can wait minutes before typing the password in the login page, then the session loads quickly, so it seems that this process take its time before the login.
phpsessionclean.service is ran by
php-common and I really cannot uninstall this package since a lot of software I'm using depend on it.
Thanks for any hint