[arch-general] Systemd +1

Sander Jansen s.jansen at gmail.com
Wed Jul 25 22:55:28 EDT 2012

On Wed, Jul 25, 2012 at 4:34 PM, Aitor Pazos <mail at aitorpazos.es> wrote:
> Hi everyone!
> My experience with systemd is a +1 as well. I use it in my laptop and it
> provides a nice experience for a desktop user. Starting services on demand,
> suspend support and all other features gives a nice experience for an end
> user.
>> Maybe it's just my idea but I think the system is somewhat faster on
>> the booting now.
> True for me as well. From grub to kdm in around 5sec.
> Nevertheless, this overall good opinion can't hide certain (or significant I
> might say) worries. Your system now relies in a bunch of binary code that
> might not be posible to workaround if something goes wrong. Scripts may not be
> as efficient but they are great in order to skip,modify or run them in case of
> emergency.

Right, because /sbin/init isn't binary and none of the scripts relied
on a interpreter that wasn't binary code?



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