Re: piece of mind
On Tue, 2014-10-21 at 16:03 +0200, Josselin Mouette wrote:
> The Wanderer <email@example.com> wrote:
> This is the problem. The init system should not be providing "features"
> which other software might, post-boot and pre-shutdown, want to make use
> of. (AFAIK sysvinit never did, and most - possibly all? - of the other
> init-system candidates don't either.) Such features should be provided
> separately, independent of what may happen to be running as PID 1.
> These features cannot exist separately. Quoting the systemd position
> […] while it is true that a handful of trivial interfaces are not really
> related to systemd (and could be split out if needed), most of these
> features cannot be implemented without close integration to PID 1. It is
> not possible to split the system cgroups arbitrator from the process
> which starts services and sessions in cgroups. It is not possible to
> ensure the relation of a log to a service if you do not have awareness
> of how the service was launched. Et caetera.
How is uselessd solving this then?