On Mon, Dec 26, 2011 at 2:47 AM, Peter Linnell email@example.com wrote:
Having a single set of cross-distro system management tools is a very worthwhile and useful way of making Linux more flexible in the future. systemd files are simple. No more need to have separate debian/suse/fedora versions.
But simple things should be simple, while complex things possible. ATM, systemd is simple things are simple, mildly complex things possible, complex things not possible.
Well, unless I'm mistaken about its capabilities.
Really, missing an ExecStatus command is a big thing. ExecKill comes next.