On Mon 06 Feb 2012 10:39:34 AM EST, Hubert Mantel wrote:
On Mon, Feb 06, Joerg Schilling wrote:
So why not using SMF instead?
What are you referring to?
Well, I would expect that someone who likes to discuss the area of init successors knows SMF (service management facility).
I'm not interested in such discussions, in fact I'm mostly interested in dealing with NAP.
I just wanted to point out that there _are_ technical critics on systemd: For me, systemd is broken and sysvinit works. Being pragmatic, I dropped systemd and now have working systems. I gave systemd a try for more than a month and came to the conclusion that it is not ready for production use.
Can we agree that the transition is NOT 100% complete? It may take another version or two.