Systemd 219 Released With A Huge Amount Of New Features
Written by Michael Larabel in systemd on 16 February 2015 at 06:12 PM EST. 98 Comments
SYSTEMD --
Lennart Poettering announced the release of systemd 219 today and it comes with a very large number of new features and changes.

Poettering described the systemd 219 release as having "many many improvements, in particular in the area of containers, btrfs hookup, and networkd. Also, many bugfixes."

Among the changes with systemd 219 are a new API for querying the hardware database, Btrfs integration work to various systemd components, a new systemd-importd daemon, journald improvements, many networkd features were added, and new additions to the udev hardware database.

The full run-through of the many changes for systemd 219 can be found via Lennart's release announcement.
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