Re: ifupdown2: debconf followup
On Mon, Aug 01, 2016 at 12:42:39PM +0200, Marco d'Itri wrote:
> On Aug 01, Adam Borowski <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > > We should also think hard about switching to a new default since
> > > currently many other major distributions are moving to NetworkManager
> > > and/or systemd-networkd (which nowadays is usable, works well for
> > > simpler use cases and will be installed on every Debian system anyway).
> > For the latter, "installable only with a certain init implementation, and
> > not portable to any kernel but Linux" doesn't say "every Debian system" to
> > me.
> Sorry, what I actually meant was "every non-toy Debian system".
As any non-toy system needs reliable, resilient and predictable init scripts
free of bugs like:
* force-unmounting your RAID when you manually mount it degraded
* killing properly backgrounded filesystem maintenance if you log off
(intentionally or just due to a flaky network connection, etc)
I'm not sure what non-toy systems you're talking about.
(Sorry for responding to an obvious troll post -- responding just in case it
was actually somehow meant as serious.)
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