Manuel Dalla Lana
endelwar at aregar.it
Mon Feb 22 15:57:21 UTC 2016
Il 19/02/16 09:36, Peter Nitschke ha scritto:
> I am curious, why does systemd bother you?
> I freaked at first, but after taking a deep breath I find it very good.
It's not a "new" command line syntax for system administration that
hurts me (jumping from linux to bds to osx to windows to android it's
not a problem), but the overwhelming sensation that the installed server
doesn't do what I want it to do and doesn't do it in a predictable way:
it has been observed by many (including me) that Linux stability has
been reduced a lot by introducing systemd, making things work is harder
now, also add binary logs and a lead developer that doesn't understand
the difference from a pc and a banana to the mix and you get frustrated
by only turning on a systemd box.
Linux (and all unixes in general) was build on one good principle: one
software shall do one thing and make it good, systemd want to do
everything (from sys init to logging, to ip management, dns, web
server...) and it does them bad.
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