systemd is an alternative approach to SystemV init daemon for Linux. It is intended to provide a better framework for expressing services' dependencies, allow more work to be done in parallel at system startup, and to reduce shell overhead.

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How can I publish the IP addresses of Docker containers as local hosts?

I have a CoreOS server with a few Docker containers. (Right now I'm using local systemd unit files to run the containers, I have yet to approach fleetd.) What is the best way to connect to the (non ...
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How do I allow non-root users to control a systemd service with instances?

I need to allow users in the dba group to control the database@ services. The answer to this related question is to just list all systemctl "verbs" that I want to allow in the sudoers file, however, ...
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Run systemd service after automount but after it's accessed

Is it possible to run a systemd service that prepares an automounted file system for use? This service would need to run after the filesystem is mounted, but before whatever triggered the automount ...
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named does't start when using systemctl

I am having trouble getting named to start using systemd on the Fedora 18 Raspberry Pi spin. It starts, then a few moments later there is a timeout and it fails. If I run the commands in named.service ...
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Rsyslog `logger` message duplicated

I just had a problem with rsyslog's imjournal module, possibly the issue described here, whereby complications with systemd's journal cause the journal to return the same data endlessly in a ...
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Elasticsearch periodically going down: how to avoid it? [on hold]

I am using Elasticsearch on Ubuntu 14.10 and it's periodically going down (entering a failed state). When down, this throws exceptions on my website, users can't search, connect or update database ...
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Running a systemd service file after the network is up to bypass an OpenVPN default gateway

I would like to add a static route using a systemd service file on system boot. I have a DMZ network on a separate 192.168 class C network reachable via my default gateway. I also use OpenVPN to ...
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Plugged mouse increases boot time

I was going through the output of dmesg -e and found that my logitech mouse is increasing boot time by around 7 seconds and my total boot time is around 45 seconds. [ +7.334661] usb 1-1: new ...
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Yocto systemd service script problem

I have a c code which I kept in systemd service for boot time start. After restart it started successfully but after a while it got killed and again started successfully as the type set is forking. ...
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Systemd dependency tree saving

As I know systemd stores dependencies between services in unit files. I need to know how systemd behaves on boot: Does it load unit files from specific paths and recalculate dependencies every time ...
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Yocto linux service script problem

I have written a systemd script mqtt.service which is in /home/root directory This is my mqtt.service script : # This file is part of systemd. # # systemd is free software; you can redistribute ...
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Force fsck check after reboot with single command

I'm looking for systemd's equivalent to the shutdown -F command. I know that I can force fsck by adding fsck.mode=force to kernel options or tweak mount count for disks. I have tried touch /forcefsck ...
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Can I use a symbolic link as a service of systemd?

For instance, I have a service named mysshd.service under /usr/lib/systemd/system/ directory. Can I create a symbolic link such as: ln -s /usr/lib/systemd/system/mysshd.service ...
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Which systemd service starts text console on the framebuffer device?

I'm working with an embedded platform and need to have /dev/fb0 clear for my own use (the device accessible over serial console while the screen is used to display information, without X.). I've ...
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Log files for kernel panic on Arch Linux

I have recently updated my Arch Linux machine. Since then, I have been getting kernel panics here and there. (the screen freezes and the status lights on my keyboard are blinking) It seems to happen ...
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How to clear journalctl

I couldn't find in google any safe way to clear systemd journal. Do anyone know any safe and reliable way to do so? Added: As a reason, let's say I was experimenting with something and my logs got ...
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What is the difference between “systemctl restart” and “systemctl start”?

I have two services A and B where B is dependent on A which means in the A's service unit i have After and Requires set to B After=B.service Requires=B.service Now when i stop the service B the ...
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generic methodology to debug ordering cycles in systemd

I am aware of following thread and supposedly an answer to it. Except an answer is not an answer in generic sense. It tells what the problem was in one particular case, but not in general. My ...
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Configure systemd-journal-gateway on CentOS7

I installed systemd-journal-gatewayd on CentOS7 and started it. If I connect to the given port the HTTP server is answering but the response is always emtpy. Neither /entries?follow nor /entries?boot ...
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Why does PostgreSQL 9.4 on CentOS7 not run via the `systemd` service file on boot?

As root, if I change to the postgres user with su -l postgres then run /usr/pgsql-9.4/bin/pg_ctl start -D ${PGDATA} -s -w -t 300, PostgreSQL starts successfully. As root, if I run systemctl start ...
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Figure out at what time the machine was suspended

I suspended my machine and now got back to work. I want to figure out at what time I suspended the machine. Is there any way to somehow look up the time?
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How to force systemd enter in emergency mode?

I'm using Opensuse 12.3. systemd-195-13.45.1.x86_64 After few problems when I added a disc at btrfs mount I'm trying put my system in emergency mode (which I consider all services will be stopped and ...
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Debian and Systemd: breaking ordering cycle error

I'm a new embedded developer I'm trying to make systemd 37 work with freescale vybrid board (A5 and M4) running on linux-3.0 After boot with some breaking ordering cycle error, I check with ps ...
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How could we allow non-root users to control a system.d service?

With sysvinit, a sudoers entry like this would suffice: %webteam cms051=/sbin/service httpd * This would allow for commands such as: sudo service httpd status sudo service httpd restart Now, ...
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How to set SyslogIdentifier in [SERVICE] section of systemd service file as empty?

I want to set SyslogIdentifier in [SERVICE] section of systemd service file as empty, so that nothing is prefixed in the logs. I tried below options: 1) Mentioning nothing: SyslogIdentifier= ...
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How does systemd-tmpfiles work?

I'm trying to change the value of /sys/bus/usb/devices/4-3/power/wakeup at every boot (4-3 according to my lsusb, it's the keyboard ID). The default value is: # cat ...
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When saving INTO OUTFILE from mysql on a systemd based system, the output file is grabbed by systemd — why?

I regularly run simple reports from a mysql (actually, mariaDB) database: MariaDB [acts]> SELECT resolution, title FROM acts ORDER BY resolution INTO OUTFILE '/tmp/acts-titles.txt'; Recently I ...
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Systemd user specific service and timer

I have installed arch recently and added a few of my own services, for example the acpi_call commands and such. Now I want to create a systemd service that runs every 5 minutes and execute a script. ...
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systemd service using 100% of my CPU when it doesn't if I start it without systemd

I'm using Debian Jessie with the latest updates. I made a systemd service to run a script when my server starts. Here's its configuration: [Unit] Description=(my description) [Service] ...
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How do I get systemd to start my ZFS mount script before doing anything else?

Right now I'm using zfsonlinux on Fedora 19, and it works excellently. Mounting works at bootup as planned using the initscript (included with zfs) that systemd calls, but there's a pretty significant ...
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Why is my systemd journal not persistent across reboots?

I'm experiencing a very weird issue with a fresh Fedora 21 image on a Linode instance. I cannot reproduce it outside of Linode. The issue is that my systemd journal is not persistent across reboots. ...
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CoreOS can't pull docker container on boot

While following the systemd guide I ran into an issue with this example configuration: [Unit] Description=MyApp After=docker.service Requires=docker.service [Service] TimeoutStartSec=0 ...
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What systemd target or service populates /dev/disk/by-uuid on el7?

On EL7 (RedHat 7, CentOS 7, etc) I have a systemd unit file to mount a filesystem (/usr/lib/systemd/system/srv-data.mount) that looks like this: [Unit] After=sysinit.target [Mount] ...
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systemd timer every X days at 04:00

I have been reading on OnCalendar= Sadly, I found no info on how to schedule an event on a day other way than defining a day of the week, which would make it run every week at the rarest. I need ...
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Runlevel3 (systemd) - target on Opensuse 13.2 starts GUI

From my understanding, setting the default target to /usr/lib/systemd/system/runlevel3.target should not start the GUI--but it does. Also the file runlevel3.target looks exactly the same as ...
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How to enable systemd user sessions for remote logins on CentOS 7?

I am trying to enable systemd user sessions on my CentOS 7 server. All the pieces seem to be there, and I have also run loginctl enable-linger <user>, but I don't have a systemd user session (or ...
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Howto start a service at the beginning of the systemd boot sequence

How can I get a service started right at the beginning of the systemd boot sequence? shortly after the kernel has finished? At the moment all my costum services get started at the end of systemd ...
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Systemd fails to start Nginx on reboot, but it works manually

Here's my situation whenever I reboot: $ systemctl --failed UNIT LOAD ACTIVE SUB DESCRIPTION nginx.service loaded failed failed A high performance web server and a reverse proxy server ...
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How to replace sysvinit with systemd in a Debian based distribution?

I've been using systemd for a while in my Debian installation, just that to make it possible I had to add a boot parameter to the /etc/default/grub file to make it work, which is added to Ubuntu boot ...
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atftpd won't start on opensuse tumbleweed under systemd

I tried installing atftpd today. The package installed successfully: # zypper se atftp Loading repository data... Reading installed packages... S | Name | Summary | Type ...
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systemctl not restarting log with SystemMaxUse variable set

On Arch Linux ARM i am trying to keep the journal logs to a maximum but it does not seem like systemctl cares. Here is my /etc/systemd/journald.conf file: [Journal] SystemMaxUse=2M ...
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Does Debian Testing use Sysvinit, Systemd or Upstart? How do I configure it (them?)?

I have a copy of Debian Gnome, installed from live medium then upgraded to testing. I've decided to change my default X environment from GDM to i3 for reasons of productivity. This lead me to wanting ...
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systemd mount 'rootfs' according to '/proc/cmdline'

SETUP Im running Debian 8 (jessie/testing) amd64 with systemd. On my system partition containing a btrfs filesystem, I do have the following layout: /dev/sda1 |-root |-root_snapshots/ ...
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Pulling log messages for a particular log in systemd journal?

I was wondering if it is possible to pull log messages for a particular log with systemd's journal logging. For example, when I open a log in C, openlog('slog', LOG_CONS | LOG_PID, LOG_LOCAL1), to ...
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Enable core dumps for all applications started by a user with systemd

This is a follow-up to How to enable crash reports/core dumps/stack trace logging globally?: How can I achieve this on OpenSUSE 13.1 (which uses systemd) and 13.2 for all processes started from an ...
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No more coredumps after migrating to systemd [duplicate]

Generating coredumps used to work fine, but after switching over to systemd, I only see the message Aborted (core dumped) but no core file is generated. Has it something to do with systemd? ...
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Backup partition changed UUID without user interaction

I recently had to purchase a new hard drive. Since I was at it I bought two instead of one as they were on offer (both are the same model). Since there was a lot of space left on the second hard disk ...
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Why does `systemctl enable rpcbind' change the volume of my sound? And how do I prevent this?

I just did: $ systemctl enable rpcbind And this caused the volume on my headphones to increase severly. First off, I don't understand why this happens, as rpcbind seems completely unrelated to my ...
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CoreOS in Vagrant - interfaces

I'm trying to understand the networking model in CoreOS but I'm having trouble making the operating system bend to my will. The problem I'm facing is that I want to use weave as an overlay network ...
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Send sleep command to usb disk mounted as /home (Fedora 20) from shutdown script

I have a usb sata2 drive connected to usb that is mounted as /home. When I turn off the computer/laptop the disk makes some high pitch sound as if the disks were still spinning and heads were not ...