- Switching to systemd
- Systemd is fast
- Nice articles about systemd
- From the systemd(1) manpage : "systemd is a system and service manager for Linux operating systems." Hum ... so this piece of code is Linux only. That's not very kind for all the other (free) Operating Systems, like all the BSDs, Solaris, ...
- In French, Système D : fonctionnement ou conduite de projet sans moyens conséquents (« D » en référence à Débrouillardise).
Switching to systemd
First of all, is it really possible to sanely switch a machine ... hrrrr a Linux machine from a sysinit base to systemd ? I think the answer is no. So you have to reinstall the machine
Systemd is fast to boot
Yes, it is very fast. It just takes 1 minute and 30 seconds to realize a disk is missing:
Systemd is fast to reboot
Hum, no, it hangs forever and leaves your production machine in the dark:
Nice articles about systemd
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