> > When I look at the SPEC file for freeipa-4.1.3, I see requirements >>> around Systemd. Is that really a hard requirement, or is it possible to >>> run newer FreeIPA (that is to say 4.x) on a host that hasn't been >>> infested by systemd >> >> >From an SELinux standpoint systemd is far superior to initd as it allows far more graceful domain transitions.
Apart from the binary logging and it being a bit monolithic; I really don't understand the anit-systemd crowd problems. Its advantages over the now ancient initd seem to be obvious.
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