On 28 Aug 2006, at 16:24, Rick Moen wrote:
>> Really, you have to wonder why people want to change things that
>> aren't fundamentally broken.
>> It's not a new idea, and in fairness they _are_ trying to address a
> real problems
Yes - amongst others I guess upstart will address parallelism of
start scripts, which would be nice, as would some tidying up (I wrote
a script called show_crons to let me see how on a strange box a
periodic job might be run) but the idea seems to be to replace an
awful lot of stuff with upstart. There will be tears.
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