2011/12/28 Michal Kubeček <mkubecek(a)suse.cz>cz>:
systemv will be gone at some point and ...
Once again: is this already decided? If yes, who decided it and when? If
not, please don't write things like this as if it was a decision already
I think the whole community decided. Tons of distros are moving away
from sysvinit, and I can't blame them.
It *is* really a chore to maintain it, and systemd *is* a lot simpler
in the simple cases.
I agree with the move. systemd goes forward in some areas.
But, as any single-minded rewrite, it goes backwards in others. The
whole systemd page seems to focus almost entirely on boot performance.
Reliability, accountability... not a word. Well maybe one or two.
So, I agree, sysvinit is going to be replaced by systemd. I just hope
not right now. Because systemd (IMHO) is not up to par yet.
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