My new i7, dual HDD Mini Server takes 10 minutes to boot from power off to login screen. Is there a fix for this? I recall it booted fast on the first boot, but once I started installing softeware (Aperture, Office and a few other stable bit of productivity software that I have successfully used on my Snow Leopard Macbook), the boot time shot up to 9 and 11 minutes from start button to login screen. I timed my last few bootups to get an exact number. The machine seems to operate normally. I repaired disc permissions on the startup HDD and the boot time didn't really change, 9 minutes. A SMC reset did not have any effect either. PRAM, too. And I deleted the Caches from my ~/Library folder. Nothing seems odd in the Activity Monitor, either. I all I can think of, given I am not a super linux nerd or know too much super advanced stuff under the hood. Is this a problem with Lion? The hardware? Or some Lion Server issue? A search here, asking on the Apple support forums, and google did not give direct answers to this problem. I'd hate to have to actually take this to a Genius Bar and get the run-around there. Any diagnostic tests, simple flushes and checks? Ideas?!?