I use Linux Mint 19.1 Cinnamon.
I found this question indirectly relevant:
How to disable `apt-daily.service` on Ubuntu cloud VM image?
My question is: Is it safe to disable apt-daily.service?
Supposing I do system updates with an update script of mine.
$ systemd-analyze blame 11.027s apt-daily.service 2.675s esets.service 979ms netfilter-persistent.service 638ms systemd-resolved.service 634ms systemd-timesyncd.service 592ms apt-daily-upgrade.service 423ms dev-nvme0n1p2.device 411ms vboxdrv.service ...
Addressing some comments:
Safe in this context means something like: Would it abrupt some functions of my desktop system?
I am concerned about the boot time, yes. It is fast, just could it be faster maybe...
I use my own upgrade script since about 2 years ago, I am used to do the updates in CLI with that script by hand and I don't want any slow-downs due to