Linked by diegocg on Sun 17th Apr 2011 13:03 UTC
Linux systemd, the new init system created by Lennart Poettering, has added a couple of interesting features. First, he has added support for chroot-style isolation capabilities, but instead of chroot he used the powerful per-process filesystem and PID namespaces supported by the Linux kernel. Second, he has added a new tool, systemd-analyze, which shows how much time took each service to start, so you can optimize your bootup time easily. It can even create simple bootchart-style graphs.
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Separate /usr filesystem ...
by vermaden on Mon 18th Apr 2011 07:12 UTC
vermaden
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2006-11-18

... is it supported now? ;)

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RE: Separate /usr filesystem ...
by Kasi on Mon 18th Apr 2011 11:17 UTC in reply to "Separate /usr filesystem ..."
Kasi Member since:
2008-07-12

Nope

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RE: Separate /usr filesystem ...
by Rahul on Tue 19th Apr 2011 06:19 UTC in reply to "Separate /usr filesystem ..."
Rahul Member since:
2005-07-06

Refer to

http://freedesktop.org/wiki/Software/systemd/separate-usr-is-broken

There is nothing systemd specific about it and systemd in fact is perfectly fine with a separate /usr partition.

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Cool!
by NuxRo on Tue 19th Apr 2011 10:17 UTC
NuxRo
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2010-09-25

Cool! I like SystemD, is nice.

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