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You love Systemd – you just don't know it yet, wink Red Hat bods

Jay 2

I can see some (well, one) benefit of systemd in the depandancies. So things may only start when a pre-requisite has been met.

Unfortunately that is outwighed by the annoyances. For me the worst is stuffing everything in a binary log and not telling you any error message when you restart the service. So you have to go hunting for an error message and in some cases just end up running manually what the service was meant to do just to see what it's complaining about. It's time I'd rather spend fixing the problem itself.

Like other commenters I tolerate systemd as it's part of RHEL/CentOS/Oracle Linux etc 7.x and that's what we have to use. Obviously that's no endoresement.

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