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    That would do it...

    Laptops have power saving features that Debian often doesn't deal with correctly. If the SATA controller is stuck in power conservation mode, the SSD is reduced to 1/4 throughput or less. At that point you're talking about a system that running on an SSD that has performance levels approximate to a platter drive. That's going to extend boot times in particular.
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    Good info in a question gets better and quicker answers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by donhwyo View Post
    The hp 620 may also be a laptop.
    That was my first thought as well, but three things jumped out at me that doesn't add up... It has a "Plus" after the model number, the fact that it supports an M.2 drive, and the OP using an Intel I340-T4 (Quad-gigabit) PCIe server NIC.

    This has got to be an HP T620 Plus thin client. It ticks all the boxes.

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    We will see if we haven't scared him off. LOL

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