2018-07-19 1:46 GMT+02:00 Ryan Gonzalez :
> The fastest any distro is going to get systemd would probably be from a
> bleeding-edge distro (e.g. Fedora Rawhide). If you don't want you system to
> be a disaster zone, though, Arch got systemd 237 just two weeks after
> Fedora will push
The fastest any distro is going to get systemd would probably be from a
bleeding-edge distro (e.g. Fedora Rawhide). If you don't want you system to
be a disaster zone, though, Arch got systemd 237 just two weeks after release.
Fedora will push systemd releases with their new versions, which
I wonder which ways are to run last systemd versions? nowadays Im running
Centos 7 with systemd facebook backports (
https://github.com/facebookincubator/rpm-backports). But maybe you guys
have another way, NixOs? Archlinux?
Thanks for the response.
I am fairly new to systemd, may be I am not familiar with exact systemd
I am starting the container using the command either "machinectl start
appscont" or "systemctl status systemd-nspawn@appscont" after "systemctl
On Mi, 18.07.18 19:10, patlollamahi...@yahoo.co.in
> Hi All,I am using systemd-nspawn(systemd version 237) to create a container
> in Yocto's embedded Linux environment on Cortex-A53
> Content of the file
On Mi, 18.07.18 13:08, Chris Murphy (li...@colorremedies.com) wrote:
> My original expectation was that SystemMaxUse=2G which is the same
> size as the file system, would be limited by the default behavior of
> SystemKeepFree= which the man page says is 15% of the file system
Hi All,I am using systemd-nspawn(systemd version 237) to create a container in
Yocto's embedded Linux environment on Cortex-A53
Content of the file
is[Service]ExecStart=ExecStart=/usr/bin/systemd-nspawn --quiet --boot
On Thu, Jul 12, 2018 at 8:28 AM, Michal Koutný wrote:
> Hi Chris.
> On 07/11/2018 09:44 PM, Chris Murphy wrote:
>> Somehow journald would not
>> delete its own files until I had deleted a few manually.
> Indeed, see man page update  added recently for more details. I
> assume your space was
Dear systemd folks,
On 07/16/18 11:26, Lennart Poettering wrote:
> On Mo, 16.07.18 10:25, Paul Menzel wrote:
>> Do you have suggestions how to do that with systemd-logind?
> People tend to use "perf" for things like this these days.
Thank you, that’s what I wanted to use, but I am not