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Red Hat's response to my system-config-samba rhel6 issue

On Mon, Dec 20, 2010 at 11:02 AM, David Miller <david3d-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w at> wrote:

> Hmm I don't think that was the right interview that had a more detailed
> description of what systemd is and how it works.  I can't remember where I
> heard it now.  But it basically opens up all the sockets first and then can
> start up everything really quickly.  The kernel sockets will buffer any
> messages to the system sockets and play them back to the service once they
> are up and running.  The interview that I heard that went into more detail
> also talked about the types of problems this solves when dealing with
> service dependencies and such and how it compares to Upstart and Initd.  If
> I remember where that interview was I'll post it.

Found the interview I was looking for.  It was Linux Outlaws Episode 160.
Around 64:43 where they interview Lennart Poettering who is the developer of
Pulse Audio and systemd.

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