Re: [dev] Never Ending Systemd Chronicles

From: Alex Pilon <>
Date: Mon, 8 Aug 2016 10:04:56 -0400

On Sun, Aug 07, 2016 at 09:48:07PM -0800, Britton Kerin wrote:
> > If you're going to make an argument against systemd, please make a
> > stronger one. Repeated noise doesn't help The Cause™, as it seems to be
> > around these parts.
> why all in pid 1? Seems like they didn't want you to be able to choose,
> that sucks. They even gave up the robustness that could have come
> from splitting off some essentials to prevent it.

Thank you… oh wait, we all knew that already. You get my point though.

> Why binary logging? For the tiny minority of cases where the small constant
> factor saving might make for viable logging vs. bring-the-system-down logging
> it helps, but it's a pain in the ass everywhere. And guess what,
> they've brought
> systems down logging too much. And its been buggy in other ways, I had a
> beaglebone a while back where the logging just got jammed permanently from
> a corrupted log.

Oh hey! My RAID array is slow as molasses, and it takes journalctl half
a day just to pick out the appropriate SSH daemon log entries. True

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