Poettering: The Biggest Myths
Posted Feb 5, 2013 18:53 UTC (Tue) by khim
In reply to: Poettering: The Biggest Myths
Parent article: Poettering: The Biggest Myths
Sure, but you missing the point: when you use systemd you can combine socket activation and other forms of activation.
That's pretty powerfull stuff: your service will start when you system is started and other services can use it even at early boot stages. If your service is somehow started early - not a problem, it'll be used "as is", if it's not yet started - it'll be brought up via socket activation and other services will wait - all transparently and without any fuss or explicit dependencies sorting.
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