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Re: Gentoo guys starting a fork of udev

On Sat, 17 Nov 2012, Paul Wise <pabs@debian.org> wrote:
> > Maybe systemd is faster, but i think being unable to do a normal reboot
> > is an important drawback.
> systemd reboots just fine. It also kills all processes just like sysvinit
> does.

I have also had problems with systemd not rebooting as fast as sysvinit and 
sometimes hanging on a reboot or shutdown request.  I haven't filed bug reports 
because I haven't had enough time to investigate it properly (sorry, fixing 
bugs in my own packages is my priority).

We should keep in mind that systemd is still relatively new and should be 
expected to have some bugs.

Some of my virtual servers use sysvinit in Dom0 and systemd in the DomUs.  
That gives the fast reboot for virtual servers that is convenience and the 
reliability for the Dom0 which I haven't yet got from systemd.

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