I'm trying to boot a Fedora Rawhide LXC container from a Fedora 16 host, and it's not working - systemd just keeps dropping into emergency mode. Because udevd doesn't work in LXC containers, I thought ...
It says in the fedora documentation that you can append this line to the boot options to change the *.target that loads temporarily at boot. systemd.unit=rescue.target Nothing seems to happen it ...
I have created a simple systemd service file for a custom application. The application works well when I run it manually, but my CPU gets maxed out when I run it with systemd. I'm trying do track ...
I am developing a Nodejs application that the user interacts with via HTTP on localhost. There are practically no parameters and the daemon has virtually no dependencies and it just needs to be up by ...
It appears systemd is the hot new init system on the block, same as Upstart was a few years ago. What are the pros/cons for each? Also, how does each compare to other init systems?