Re: S6 integration in mainstream linux distributions

2019-03-15 Thread Laurent Bercot
The next question was the long-term strategy with systemd: we have 2 approaches 1) mix systemd (PID 1) to use the boot phase (especially one shots) and later (after system initialization) use s6 to manage all services. 2) just use s6 My question to the list is, what do you use today? Do you

Re: S6 integration in mainstream linux distributions

2019-03-15 Thread Oliver Schad
On Fri, 15 Mar 2019 16:07:15 + "Laurent Bercot" wrote: > It is exceedingly difficult to use a distribution using systemd as > its init system and entirely rip out systemd. It is quite possible > to use s6 as the sole init system (and couple it with any service > manager you want, be it

S6 integration in mainstream linux distributions

2019-03-15 Thread Oliver Schad
Hi everybody, we're trying to integrate S6 in our linux setup. We now can run in our test environment ubuntu containers with S6 - really great. We need some testing and plan to publish s6 packages for ubuntu/debian in the next phase. We found the project "slew"[1] which offers a nice way to