Upon reboot the initial installation package runs again

My configuration:

Release = Raspbian GNU/Linux 10 (buster)
Kernel = Linux 4.19.97+
Platform = Raspberry Pi Model B Rev 2
Uptime = 0 day(s). 0:54:14
CPU Usage = 12.75% avg over 2 cpu(s) (1 core(s) x 1 socket(s))
CPU Load = 1m: 0.24, 5m: 0.79, 15m: 1.70
Memory = Free: 0.02GB (6%), Used: 0.44GB (94%), Total: 0.46GB
Swap = Free: 0.08GB (91%), Used: 0.00GB (9%), Total: 0.09GB
Root = Free: 11.33GB (82%), Used: 2.37GB (18%), Total: 14.32GB
Updates = 0 apt updates available.
Sessions = 1 session(s)
Processes = 75 running processes of 32768 maximum processes

When rebooting it seems that the first run process keeps repeating. Openhabian seems to be operating correctly when it finally runs but each reboot takes about one hour for it to operate properly.

There were two errors generated in the log file:

Setting timezone based on IP geolocation... FAILED
Waiting for openHAB to become ready...1..2..3..4..5..6..7..8..9..10..11..12..13..14..15..16..17..18..19..20..failed.

The log file ends immediately after the last “failed” entry. The former error I assume is not a big deal but the latter error, which appears on the last line of the log file seems more important.

  1. What should the last of a successfully concluded log file look like?
  2. Is the initial script missing an important step?
  3. Why is the first run script repeating each time the system boots? and most importantly:
  4. How do I stop this reboot issue?

What I have done to try to eliminate this so far:

  1. Downloaded, burned and re-installed the image numerous times. Result=nada
  2. Tried to find any reference to this issue. Result=nada.

Any help or insights will be appreciated.

Well, your report essentially just says that OH didn’t get up and running by the time the counter finished.
openHABian is not supported on systems with less than 1GB. And a quad core system (Pi 2 and newer) is what is assumed to be used so if I was to guess it’s because of your lame HW -it just doesn’t finish in time.
I strongly suggest you get a faster RPi because even if you did get that old one to work, it will be having a hard time keeping up with OH resource requirements.

If you still want to debug your install you can have a look at the preliminary debug guide.
It’s still work in progress but it should get you an idea where to look after.