I constantly experienced slow booting > 50 secs when no network is available.
I solved this issue in many little ways, but the main breakthrough was that I changed the type of dietpi-boot.service.
/etc/systemd/system/dietpi-boot.service now contains :
The "type=forking" is important, so it will not wait forever for the network, or if it will, it will do so in the background.
Previously, there was a "type=oneshot" there.
This improved system performance heavily :
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root@DietPi:~# systemd-analyze blame 4.368s dietpi-boot.service 1.209s dietpi-preboot.service 574ms dev-mmcblk0p2.device 427ms systemd-logind.service 377ms systemd-udev-trigger.service 327ms keyboard-setup.service 278ms dietpi-ramdisk.service 225ms firstname.lastname@example.org 220ms var-swap.swap 212ms networking.service 132ms dietpi-ramlog.service 128ms systemd-journald.service 92ms alsa-restore.service 90ms ssh.service 75ms systemd-udevd.service
Only caveat : If you plugin your network cable later, you will notice that the vsftpd has not started up. Never mind that.
So, my pro-tip to the developers : Speed up booting and change the type of your systemd service to "forking" !!!
Edit the file as described above. After editing it, do a "systemctl daemon-reload" and reboot.