optimizing systemd, was: f15 no longer starts
cpanceac at gmail.com
Sun Mar 20 19:54:26 UTC 2011
2011/3/20 Genes MailLists <lists at sapience.com>
> On 03/20/2011 03:43 PM, Michał Piotrowski wrote:
> > In a stable distribution such situation would not be possible because
> > of the whole testing procedures etc.
> > But of course there should be a way to avoid such situation. I hope
> > that Lennart will find a good way to solve this problem soon.
> Then make the variable timeout default to 30 secs - so worst case
> services get started and system runs ... individual services which
> actually require the pre-requisite - can change the timeout variable to
> demand pre-req is satisfied - of course even these will presumably fail
> (hopeflly gracefully).
> So the answer seems to be implement a timeout for pre-requisites and
> default it to something sensible - ... fixup any upstart files as needed
> - since the systemd unit files are all new anyway - we should be fine
> with this.
> although i understand the general idea about systemd, i believe that in
fedora's case there has to be a plan which says who starts when, and what
requires what. then, if thngs don't go that well, as it happened with this
rsyslog update, the plan can be imporved.
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