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.

Source Files
Filename Size Changed Actions
0001-Fix-run-lock-group-to-follow-openSUSE-policy.patch 0000001139 1.11 KB about 1 month
0001-SUSE-policy-do-not-clean-tmp-by-default.patch 0000000795 795 Bytes about 1 month
_service 0000000616 616 Bytes 5 months
after-local.service 0000000497 497 Bytes over 4 years
baselibs.conf 0000000330 330 Bytes about 3 years
kbd-model-map.legacy 0000000978 978 Bytes 4 months 0000000624 624 Bytes over 3 years 0000003714 3.63 KB about 2 years 0000003933 3.84 KB almost 2 years 0000001174 1.15 KB almost 2 years 0000002891 2.82 KB over 2 years
systemd-mini-rpmlintrc 0000001815 1.77 KB almost 3 years
systemd-mini.changes 0000438200 428 KB 8 days
systemd-mini.spec 0000050800 49.6 KB 8 days
systemd-rpmlintrc 0000001815 1.77 KB almost 3 years
systemd-sysv-convert 0000003646 3.56 KB over 2 years
systemd-sysv-install 0000000987 987 Bytes over 3 years
systemd-user 0000000220 220 Bytes almost 3 years
systemd-v244+suse.58.g8254b8d964.tar.xz 0005761288 5.49 MB 8 days
systemd.changes 0000438200 428 KB 8 days
systemd.spec 0000050603 49.4 KB 8 days
Comments for systemd 4

Bernd Wachter's avatar

bhwachter wrote 6 months ago

systemd-networkd in 242 breaks with kernels >= 5.2. See

Franck Bui's avatar

fbui wrote 6 months ago

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

Bernd Wachter's avatar

bhwachter wrote 6 months 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 6 months ago

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