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Author Topic: why is systemd an issue?  (Read 224 times)

dirkme

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why is systemd an issue?
« on: Tue Apr 11 23:24:22 2017 »

Just new to NuTyX and wonder why systemd is a big issue.

Even Debian has systemd now and I find it easy to write activate etc. services.

So, I wouldn't mind so far.
« Last Edit: Wed Apr 12 14:18:22 2017 by tnut »
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tnut

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Re: why is systemd an issue?
« Reply #1 on: Wed Apr 12 05:51:26 2017 »

As NuTyX has been using systemV from the beginning acontrario to debian. Switching to systemd won't bring anything but less flexability.

- I enjoy the links concepts:
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l /etc/rc.d/rc3.d/- Traditionnaly Unix / Linux have been using shorts commands...
- Using bash scripts for start / stop services is for me very convenient.
- Having my logs as standard text  formats is for me very convenient.
- I enjoy the init 2 , 3 , 4, 5 , 6 concept and it's so conveniant to add 2 or 3 or what ever at the kernel line when you need to switch to one of those mode.
-  I have more trust in a 5000 lines of codes then in a 500000 lines of codes ...
- One Functionnality = One Package
- As it is the first processes running after kernel, it should have NO dependancies besides glibc librairies
« Last Edit: Wed Apr 12 17:33:20 2017 by tnut »
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dirkme

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Re: why is systemd an issue?
« Reply #2 on: Wed Apr 12 14:01:27 2017 »

As NuTyX has been using systemV from the beginning acontrario to debian. Switching to systemd won't bring anything but less flexability.

- I enjoy the links concepts:
Code: [Select]
l /etc/rc.d/rc3.d/- Traditionnaly Unix / Linux have been using shorts commands...
- Using bash scripts for start / stop services is for me very convenient.
- Having my logs as standard text  formats is for me very convenient.
- I enjoy the init 2 , 3 , 4, 5 , 6 concept and it's so conveniant to add 2 or 3 or what ever at the kernel line when you need to switch to one of those mode.
-  I have more trust in a 5000 lines of codes then in a 500000 lines of codes ...
- One Functionnality = one Package
- As it is the first processes running after kernel, it should have NO dependancies besides glibc librairies

Ok, I am on your side now (convinced) ;-)
« Last Edit: Wed Apr 12 14:18:30 2017 by tnut »
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