systemd vice SysV/LSB init systems - what next ?
akurtako at redhat.com
Tue Jul 19 19:53:54 UTC 2011
On 22:52:27 Tuesday 19 July 2011 Nicolas Mailhot wrote:
> Le mardi 19 juillet 2011 à 18:30 +0000, "Jóhann B. Guðmundsson" a
> écrit :
> > Hum best is to provide you with example which daemon do you maintain I
> > can convert it for you and provide it to you as an example anyway here's
> > an example of a systemd unit that I converted sometime ago for a know
> > application named tomcat6 and I'll leave readers to be the judge of that
> > what is harder to understand the native systemd unit or the legacy sysv
> > init script...
> > First the converted unit file
> > Now the legacy sysv init script that everybody seem to love and cheerish
> > so much...
> I don't think anyone loves this particular sysv script but you realize I
> hope that 99% of its complexity is here to make multi-instanciation
> trivial (because when every user can run an IDE like eclipse that wants
> its own tomcat instance to play with you *do* need multi-instanciation)
> and your unit file does not support this use case at all?
Off topic but did anyone managed to use our packaged tomcat with Eclipse
(assuming WTP usage), I personally never managed to make it work so if this
was the reason for the complexity it's not smth that ever worked for me.
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