Edit Package systemd

system and session manager

systemd is a system and session manager for Linux, compatible with SysV and LSB init scripts. systemd provides aggressive parallelization capabilities, uses socket and D-Bus activation for starting services, offers on-demand starting of daemons, keeps track of processes using Linux cgroups, supports snapshotting and restoring of the system state, maintains mount and automount points and implements an elaborate transactional dependency-based service control logic. It can work as a drop-in replacement for sysvinit.

Refresh
Refresh
Source Files
Filename Size Changed
0001-conf-parser-introduce-early-drop-ins.patch 0000014715 14.4 KB 12 days
0001-restore-var-run-and-var-lock-bind-mount-if-they-aren.patch 0000002666 2.6 KB 9 months
0002-rc-local-fix-ordering-startup-for-etc-init.d-boot.lo.patch 0000000753 753 Bytes over 1 year
0003-strip-the-domain-part-from-etc-hostname-when-setting.patch 0000001526 1.49 KB over 1 year
0008-sysv-generator-translate-Required-Start-into-a-Wants.patch 0000001606 1.57 KB 11 months
0009-pid1-handle-console-specificities-weirdness-for-s390.patch 0000002054 2.01 KB 10 months
1000-Revert-getty-Pass-tty-to-use-by-agetty-via-stdin.patch 0000003329 3.25 KB 12 days
6000-Revert-tmpfiles-whenever-creating-an-inode-immediate.patch 0000021840 21.3 KB 4 days
_multibuild 0000000055 55 Bytes about 1 year
_service 0000000616 616 Bytes about 3 years
after-local.service 0000000497 497 Bytes over 7 years
baselibs.conf 0000000279 279 Bytes 2 months
files.container 0000002453 2.4 KB 8 months
files.devel 0000033564 32.8 KB 12 days
files.experimental 0000003652 3.57 KB 11 days
files.network 0000003289 3.21 KB 6 months
files.systemd 0000027664 27 KB 12 days
files.sysvcompat 0000001679 1.64 KB 3 months
files.udev 0000008850 8.64 KB 3 months
files.uefi-boot 0000001657 1.62 KB 8 months
kbd-model-map.legacy 0000000978 978 Bytes about 3 years
scripts-systemd-fix-machines-btrfs-subvol.sh 0000003714 3.63 KB almost 5 years
scripts-systemd-migrate-sysconfig-i18n.sh 0000004240 4.14 KB over 2 years
scripts-systemd-upgrade-from-pre-210.sh 0000001219 1.19 KB 9 months
systemd-rpmlintrc 0000000708 708 Bytes 5 months
systemd-sysv-install 0000002929 2.86 KB 10 months
systemd-user 0000000933 933 Bytes 7 months
systemd-v252.1+suse.27.g3bd3e4e6c1.tar.xz 0008035180 7.66 MB 4 days
systemd.changes 0000536291 524 KB 2 days
systemd.spec 0000049755 48.6 KB 4 days
tmpfiles-suse.conf 0000000398 398 Bytes over 2 years
Comments 6

Anonymous User's avatar

_nobody_ wrote over 3 years ago

This comment has been deleted


Franck Bui's avatar

fbui wrote over 3 years ago

Fix submitted. Thanks for the report, but please next time use BZ for this instead.


Bernd Wachter's avatar

bhwachter wrote over 3 years ago

I never managed to log in to the suse bugzilla (and just verified that I still can't get there). The account setup for suse infrastructure is a huge mess, usually I just fix issues or do my own workaround just so I don't have to deal with that. In this case preparing a proper fix would've been too much effort for me, so next best thing was leaving a comment and hoping someone notices, latest when other people start complaining that something is broken...


Илья Индиго's avatar

13ilya wrote over 3 years ago

Thanks, I just caught this bug too today. Well at least it was updated NOT remotely, otherwise the server would be down.


Stefan Brüns's avatar

StefanBruens wrote almost 3 years ago

On Leap 15.1/SLE15SP1, suse-module-tools and systemd(-mini) are inconsistent, conflicting sg.conf.

Can someone either - enable build of systemd(-mini) on Leap 15.1/SLE15SP1 or - disable build of suse-module-tools and purge the binaries from the repo


Rarmi n's avatar

Henkire__ wrote 2 months ago

Systemd homed and oomd have been in use in other distros for quite some time. Either together in one package or separated like with OpenMandriva. I'd argue that they would be stable enough for everyone using openSUSE Tumbleweed. Perhaps they can soon be included in the base package. Or as separate packages for when people choose to install them.

I don't know if its considered stable yet for tumbleweed. this is just a suggestion.

openSUSE Build Service is sponsored by