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You can manually start any service during boot-up, e.g mysql, you need to set systemd to disable the service from activate when you OS loaded. Just run :

$ sudo systemctl disable mysqld.service

If you want the service to run automatically during boot-up change the parameter disable to enable.

You saying that mysql took lot of time during shutdown. Then what you need is, run the services only when needed with

$ sudo systemctl start mysqld.service

after done with that, you need to shutdown the services via

$ sudo systemctl stop mysqld.service

For personal use and if you are using gnome to install this services-systemd extension, just add the service and use the GUI to start and stop the services. It much effective for personal use.