SYSTEMD: Give us a option for upstart
j_dulaney at live.com
Sun Jun 12 22:04:35 UTC 2011
> PLEASE give us a option for systems upgraded with yum
> NOT USING "systemd" and force "upstart" as before
No one is stopping you from packaging upstart (assuming someone hasn't done so) for F15.
> * the system is running since years
> * every dist-upgrade via yum was no problem
> * now see screenshot
> * WTF is there to relabel if started with "selinux=0"-kernel-param
> WHY IN THE WORLD ARE USERS FORCED TO USE SYSTEMD ONLY BECAUSE
> THEY UPGRAD TO F15? DO THIS FOR NEW INSTALLATIONS BUT NEVER
> ON UPDATES
No one is forcing you to use F15
> I DO NOT NEED SYSTEMD ON 20 SERVERS HERE BECAUSE THEY ARE STARTING
> FAST ENOUGH AND I NEED NO MAGIC WHICH THINKS KNOWS WHAT TO START
> IN WHICH ORDER SINCE I KNOW WHAT IS RUNNING ON MY SYSTEMS
If you're running that many servers, then why are you running Fedora? Considering
that Fedora has a stated mission to be the first to introduce new software and that
releases are only supported for thirteen months, would it not be wise to go with a
distribution that has a) more mature code and b) longer support?
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