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daemon to-rule-them-all breaches compartmentalization. Speed at the
cost of security and reliability is a bad bargain. Systemd's use of
Cgroups should help here, if properly done? (And the RedHat
SELinux/Docker team will keep an eye on that.)

While we can debate artistic design choices and complain about
personalities, it seems we don't have a lot of choice: if RedHat and
Ubuntu and Gentoo and Debian will all be shipping SystemD, only the
most fringe distros will keep SysV init on pid 1 or find a third path.

Bill Ricker
bill.n1vux at

[1] Mark Shuttleworth =C2=BB Blog Archive =C2=BB Losing graciously

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