Systemd 212 Brings Remote Journals, Other New Features
Written by Michael Larabel in systemd on 26 March 2014 at 04:37 AM EDT. 14 Comments
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Systemd 212 is now available as the latest version of the widely-used open-source init system. The systemd 212 update brings both bug-fixes and new functionality.

Changes to systemd 212 include new sd-login features, a list-machines sub-command to systemctl, GPT partition handling improvements, a new systemd-journal-remote command to stream journal log messages over the network, poweroff support for machinectl, and a large number of other changes.

Those interested in learning more about systemd 212 can find the exhaustive list of changes via the mailing list release announcement.
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