Re: upstart: please update to latest upstream version
Vincent Bernat <email@example.com> writes:
> OoO Pendant le repas du dimanche 11 mars 2012, vers 19:24, Goswin von
> Brederlow <firstname.lastname@example.org> disaitÂ :
>>> Yes, but systemd relies on cgroups which are not portable. If all
>>> daemons were able to not fork, it would be easier to convert a .service
>>> file to a classic init.d script and therefore use systemd (for example)
>>> as default with Linux and sysvinit with autogenerated files on kFreeBSD.
>> That would actually make things more difficult since then you have to
>> add some delay into the sysvinit files to wait for the daemon to become
>> ready before the init.d script returns.
> Is start-stop-daemon actually relying on the PID file being created to
> know if the daemon is ready? Or maybe you mean a daemon fork only when
> it is ready?
>> The only thing that would benefit would be to run systemd on kFreeBSD
>> without the cgroup mechanism. No forking so no need to trace fork()s.
> It seems that systemd relies on many more Linux specifics.
> Vincent Bernat â?¯ http://vincent.bernat.im
> /* Fuck me gently with a chainsaw... */
> 2.0.38 /usr/src/linux/arch/sparc/kernel/ptrace.c