On 2019-08-14, Reco <recovery...@enotuniq.net> wrote:
>       Hi.
> On Wed, Aug 14, 2019 at 08:58:56AM +0200, Sven Hartge wrote:
>> Reco <recovery...@enotuniq.net> wrote:
>> > 1) libpam-systemd, loginctl and friends.
>> > Useful for a workstation, useless for a server.
>> I wouldn't go this far. libpam-systemd and loginctl can be useful on a
>> server, depening on its job and role.
> Let me rephrase. On a typical database server, file server, DNS server
> and/or web server - libpam-systemd is virtually useless.
> The reason for this is - all interactive user logins are used for
> management tasks, not running resource-consuming programs.

There's actually a bug report concerning this very issue (well, the OP
issue as it stood before the inevitable thread bifurcation), which
explains the why, if not the how.


> Reco

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