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In reply to How to Crash Systemd in One Tweet

Anonymous on 2016-09-29 at 00:29:

this is the most comprehensive writeup I've yet seen illustrating why systemd is not just a bad idea, but a worse implementation. The very concept is the complete opposite of the past 40 years of UNIX wisdom; that so many (well-respected) systems design folk seem to have completely forgotten their history (and really, just common sense) is depressing indeed.


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