On Tue, 2010-08-24 at 21:44 -0700, Adam Williamson wrote:
> I think that's precisely the concern. In the event that F14
> to upstart, the final release will use a configuration that may not have
> received much testing. If we want to claim that it's safe to switch
> back to upstart after beta, we need to be testing that configuration
> now, along with the systemd configuration.
well, feel free. It's still installable. It's unchanged from the last
five releases, though, and we didn't have any particular problems with
the init system in any of those, so I'm not waking up at nights worrying
about it breaking.
for clarity - no, there's nothing magic about five releases ago. Five
was a Random Rhetorical Number. :) I don't know the last time we had a
major init system change, whenever it was, I wasn't around.
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