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Since Red Hat 8 uses SystemD, the best way to delay HAAst start is with a service timer. Create the file haast.timer in the /etc/systemd/system directory with the following contents

Description=Delay HAAst start by 1 minute on bootup



Then, enable the HAAst timer and disable the service:

systemctl enable haast.timer
systemctl disable haast.service

And finally, in your haast.service file change the WantedBy line to read:


Next inform systemd of your changes:

systemctl daemon-reload

And your HAAst start will delay by 1 minute on bootup. You can adjust the delay as you need.