@guttermonk That is one hell of a machine! Seeing the same thing here with ZFS and with totally different hardware - and old Core2 box. Might have to download and earlier or later version of the installer.
After I run journalctl --vacuum-time=5d the booting time decreased by 2 sec. It clean 3GB of log file, (wow that is so big for a log.)
Thank you, that was helpful information.
The booting time of flush is decreased but the systemd-journald is increased. I guess I’ll just let the service enabled. I don’t want to experience an error, it doesn’t look like disabling the flush save significant time.
I’m using ext4 btw.