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Bug#727708: systemd as cgroup writer (was: Bug#727708: systemd jessie -> jessie+1 upgrade problems)

* Steve Langasek (vorlon@debian.org) [131220 16:57]:
> The design which claims this role for systemd-as-pid-1, and which does not
> adequately address use cases of other existing cgroups consumers in the
> ecosystem (lmctfy, lxc) is broken by design.
> Having a single cgroup writer in userspace is fine.  Coupling it to systemd
> in this manner is not.

I would like to understand that topic further, so I have two questions
(to different people):

1. Does systemd (or a part of the systemd project) need to be the
single cgroup writer and if so, why?

2. What problems do arise from there for other parts of the linux


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