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Re: [opensuse] Getting rid of systemd and putting sysv back
Cristian Rodríguez wrote:
El 28/09/14 a las #4, Ruben Safir escribió:
On Sat, Sep 27, 2014 at 05:14:20PM -0700, Sam M. wrote:
Dirk you should probably take your Seroquel before writing to this
list; you not only come across as a complete out of touch with reality
moron but as somebody who's in great need of psychiatric care.




Explain why mount is able to mount files systems without some retarded
other database, but systemd is too stupid to just call for mount?


It calls mount.. but that's not the point..

There is no database, only mount units..


And a "mount unit" is what exactly?

And we need to have mounts split into TWO files, why, exactly

in the case of fstab the are used only internally be systemd ..why? because it
has to know in what order to umount them and interact properly with either
system or user provided service units that
need certain mount points available, or start after, before, etc they are
available.

Wow, that's pretty lame.

/a/b/c needs to wait until /a/b is mounted.

This isn't exactly a difficult to understand problem that calls for a whole
new, obscure and
arcane table of mounts written in some god-awful bastardization of XML.

Unless of course, you're a Not-Invented-Here-so-it-must-die-die-die obsessed narcissist like Sievert & Poettering are providing perfect examples of being.

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