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Practical Linux Topics by Chris Binnie

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CHAPTER 3

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Supercharged systemd

For a long time, the services handler called init was responsible for the initialization of services after a reboot. However, with each new release of Linux, init started to look more and more like an antique. One of the fundamental issues with init is that it runs in a linear fashion, which is hardly efficient when parallelization is possible. The chosen replacement after some debate was systemd. In this chapter, I run through how to interact with your systemd services and explore any pitfalls that you may encounter with the newer versions of Linux that use systemd.

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