Systemd Is Approaching 1.3 Million Lines As of New Year’s morning, systemd‘s Git tree was at 1,273,896 lines spread across 3,522 commits built up over 42,700+ commits from around 1,500 different authors. Though to some surprise, systemd‘s Git commit count for 2019 fell compared to the record-setting pace of development in 2018. This is really … Continue reading Is Systemd The New Bloatware Kingpin?
extensive UNIX init system overview Continue reading A history of modern UNIX init systems (1992-2015)
Unfixed upstart memory leak Continue reading Upstart anyone?
systemd builtin NTP server Continue reading NTP now built into systemd?
systemd on Debian Continue reading How systemd became Debian’s default init system
Originally posted on Felipe Contreras:
With all the talk about debian choosing a default init system (link, link), I’ve decided to share with the world a little project I’ve been working on to help me understand /sbin/init aka. PID 1. In this blog post I will go step by step showing what an init system… Continue reading Demystifying the init system (PID 1)
Object oriented programming is considered to be a harmful paradigm by the following blog article: Continue reading Goodbye, Object Oriented Programming