I'm working on creating upstart scripts for an internal service I'm working on. I realize systemd has triumphed over upstart, but our company already has an investment in upstart and I'm just tacking on one more (simple) service onto it. Also, it might be a while before we upgrade to CentOS 7. So for now, I'm just going to go with upstart. To develop my script, I'd like to use my local machine (fedora 21). However, fedora switched over to systemd a while ago. Is there a way to switch my fedora back to upstart? If not, is there a way I can at least run initctl w/out switching the whole system over to upstart? I tried searching in yum, but came up with nothing.
andersonbd1@localhost:~$ sudo yum search all upstart Loaded plugins: langpacks =============================================================================== Matched: upstart =============================================================================== 3proxy-sysvinit.x86_64 : Legacy SysV initscripts for 3proxy server pacemaker.x86_64 : Scalable High-Availability cluster resource manager perdition-sysvinit.noarch : Legacy SysV initscripts for perdition systemd.x86_64 : A System and Service Manager