SystemD - F-16

Tom Horsley horsley1953 at
Sun Nov 13 16:29:41 UTC 2011

On Sun, 13 Nov 2011 08:34:59 -0700
stan wrote:

> How about 
> systemctl -a -t service | less
> and if you want only active services
> systemctl -a -t service | grep -e " active " | less
> or inactive similarly
> systemctl -a -t service | grep -e " inactive " | less

Still not the same, a service might be set to start
at boot and fail for some reason and no longer be
active, but it is still configured to start at boot.

I suspect the new tool pointed at in another branch of
this thread is what I'll want to use, but I haven't
gotten a chance to try it yet.

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