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    I don't think people appreciate the truth of this...

    I don't think people appreciate the truth of this enough.

    The systemd toolset, with all the things it implements, is one set to test. that is an enormous benefit.

    Now imagine if you could mix...
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    Those aren't even good examples. udevd, journald,...

    Those aren't even good examples. udevd, journald, logind etc. and dhcp clients are separate processes in systemd world as well. Guess what happens when you kill either? absolutely nothing.

    Killing...
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    SSDs have nothing in common with HDDs besides the...

    SSDs have nothing in common with HDDs besides the fact that they store bits. It's not reasonable to expect them to have the same behaviour in corner case situations.

    I suppose they could format...
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    It's not really fair to say that SSD technology...

    It's not really fair to say that SSD technology sucks; In general regular spinning HDDs can't even come close in performance to any SSD that isn't utter garbage.

    The drive has an internal...
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    EXT4 supports SSDs just fine. In my experience,...

    EXT4 supports SSDs just fine. In my experience, it has fewer issues than btrfs even. btrfs seems to have CPU usage issues crop up over time with SSDs, even with discards enabled.
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    One possibility is that the drive's internal...

    One possibility is that the drive's internal datastructures are somehow garbled and it's GC is not working right. I had this problem with a brand new Samsung EVO SSD; it had awful performance out of...
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    This definition is utterly useless; it also...

    This definition is utterly useless; it also applies just as much if not more to any competitor to systemd. Is replacing sysvinit easy? Pardon my language, but hell no! It alone is a gigantic task...
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    Wrong.

    Wrong.
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    That is the most ridiculous reason ever to...

    That is the most ridiculous reason ever to dismiss a collection of software. Never mind that it works, brings consistency by replacing the myriad of half-working wheels invented by everyone and their...
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    You don't need any sort of integration for this....

    You don't need any sort of integration for this. It's been trivial to do for ages... just use a udev rule to run a twitter script or trigger a unit.
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    300 posts and not a single technical argument in...

    300 posts and not a single technical argument in sight... business as usual. Granted, it's difficult to find anything that *might* be considered valid criticism against systemd amidst all the noise....
  12. So, instead of whining this guy actually wrote...

    So, instead of whining this guy actually wrote some code and did what the systemd devs have been telling people to do, which is "Don't port systemd, implement the interfaces".

    Great work! I don't...
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    Sticky: I don't even remember what my first attempt was....

    I don't even remember what my first attempt was. Red Hat 5 or Mandrake Linux or something... Didn't last too long, rpm was too much of a pain in the ass.

    Then I found Debian and it was the first I...
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    Is that naming convention actually enforced? I...

    Is that naming convention actually enforced? I don't think it's that bad, though some unit names do look a bit weird. The ini-style configuration file syntax is something I don't particularly like...
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    Would you people please stop crying about...

    Would you people please stop crying about alternative implementations? None of you is ever going to write one anyway so it doesn't bloody matter at all!
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    Still the systemd opponents on Phoronix continue...

    Still the systemd opponents on Phoronix continue the tradition of ad hominems and FUD, with nothing that even tries to demonstrate why systemd just isn't better.

    Can I for a change get a real,...
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    The "rather simple user" benefits indirectly....

    The "rather simple user" benefits indirectly. With systemd providing shared components with well thought out interfaces, there's significantly less integration and testing work that the distro...
  18. Oh, and Re DNF speed... I use Fedora nowadays (I...

    Oh, and Re DNF speed... I use Fedora nowadays (I like to stay on the edge with my desktop systems, but I'm not going to compile source packages so Arch etc. are right out. Fedora strikes the best...
  19. Eh, working as intended

    The user requested the removal of pcre. Thus, the package manager computed the necessary operations to accomplish that request. Granted, it's not a good experience for a user who happens to be...
  20. I think systemd-networkd is intended as a more...

    I think systemd-networkd is intended as a more lightweight alternative for simpler use-cases.

    That said, the release notes look very promising. I think a good CLI was the big thing missing... I've...
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