Poettering: The Biggest Myths
Posted Feb 6, 2013 9:18 UTC (Wed) by anselm
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So? Systemd can deal with that, too – at least as well as System V init does. For example, systemd lets you express explicit forward and backward dependencies between services and will automatically construct a starting order based on that. With System V init, you either get to work out any dependencies yourself to set the magic numbers correctly by hand, or you use something like SUSE's insserv based on LSB metadata in the init scripts, where reverse dependencies are not an official feature.
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