where to find "boot process progress"?

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In "grub" I have disabled "flash" , hence I can see the progress of the boot process - on the screen and in real time.
Is there a file I can print later to archive the boot process?
Or is there a hack to option for such file ?
 


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In "grub" I have disabled "flash" , hence I can see the progress of the boot process - on the screen and in real time.
Is there a file I can print later to archive the boot process?
Or is there a hack to option for such file ?
Hi,
Most distros store boot logs in /var/log/boot.log
You may also be able to access the information with this command in terminal
journalctl -b
this works on system using systemd.

It will be a lengthy file.
If you are having a boot problem of some sort you can also use this command
systemd-analyze blame
Which will tell you the time each process took to start.
 
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