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systemd is an alternative approach to SystemV and Upstart init daemons 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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log-in time. I would like to follow the idioms on each platform for start-up scripts, and that means Upstart on Ubuntu and systemd on Fedora. Are there any good tutorials for writing systemd … system files? Are there any 'best practices' to be aware of? I have found these resources: Fedora wiki page about systemd Blog about writing systemd system files Systemd on Wikipedia I am mostly looking for an API of sorts as a reference, as well as a basic format to follow. …
asked Jun 21 '11 by beatgammit
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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 … down where my problem is, but I don't know where to find the output (or how to configure systemd to put the output somewhere). Here is my service file: [Unit] Description=Syncs files with a server …
asked Sep 9 '11 by beatgammit