systemd (229-4ubuntu6) xenial-proposed; urgency=medium

  * Add a DHCP exit hook for pushing received NTP servers into timesyncd.
    (LP: #1578663)
  * Revert "enable TasksMax= for all services by default, and set it to 512".
    Introducing a default limit on number of threads broke a lot of software
    which regularly needs more, such as MySQL and RabbitMQ, or services that
    spawn off an indefinite number of subtasks that are not in a scope, like
    LXC or cron. 512 is way too much for most "simple" services, and it's way
    too little for the ones mentioned above. Effective (and much stricter)
    limits should instead be put into units individually.
    (Closes: #823530, LP: #1578080)
  * debian/gbp.conf: Switch to ubuntu-xenial branch.

Date: Thu, 12 May 2016 10:39:30 +0200
Changed-By: Martin Pitt <martin.p...@ubuntu.com>
Maintainer: Ubuntu Developers <ubuntu-devel-disc...@lists.ubuntu.com>
https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/systemd/229-4ubuntu6
Format: 1.8
Date: Thu, 12 May 2016 10:39:30 +0200
Source: systemd
Binary: systemd systemd-sysv systemd-container systemd-journal-remote 
systemd-coredump libpam-systemd libnss-myhostname libnss-mymachines 
libnss-resolve libsystemd0 libsystemd-dev udev libudev1 libudev-dev udev-udeb 
libudev1-udeb systemd-dbg
Architecture: source
Version: 229-4ubuntu6
Distribution: xenial-proposed
Urgency: medium
Maintainer: Ubuntu Developers <ubuntu-devel-disc...@lists.ubuntu.com>
Changed-By: Martin Pitt <martin.p...@ubuntu.com>
Description:
 libnss-myhostname - nss module providing fallback resolution for the current 
hostname
 libnss-mymachines - nss module to resolve hostnames for local container 
instances
 libnss-resolve - nss module to resolve names via systemd-resolved
 libpam-systemd - system and service manager - PAM module
 libsystemd-dev - systemd utility library - development files
 libsystemd0 - systemd utility library
 libudev-dev - libudev development files
 libudev1   - libudev shared library
 libudev1-udeb - libudev shared library (udeb)
 systemd    - system and service manager
 systemd-container - systemd container/nspawn tools
 systemd-coredump - tools for storing and retrieving coredumps
 systemd-dbg - system and service manager (debug symbols)
 systemd-journal-remote - tools for sending and receiving remote journal logs
 systemd-sysv - system and service manager - SysV links
 udev       - /dev/ and hotplug management daemon
 udev-udeb  - /dev/ and hotplug management daemon (udeb)
Closes: 823530
Launchpad-Bugs-Fixed: 1578080 1578663
Changes:
 systemd (229-4ubuntu6) xenial-proposed; urgency=medium
 .
   * Add a DHCP exit hook for pushing received NTP servers into timesyncd.
     (LP: #1578663)
   * Revert "enable TasksMax= for all services by default, and set it to 512".
     Introducing a default limit on number of threads broke a lot of software
     which regularly needs more, such as MySQL and RabbitMQ, or services that
     spawn off an indefinite number of subtasks that are not in a scope, like
     LXC or cron. 512 is way too much for most "simple" services, and it's way
     too little for the ones mentioned above. Effective (and much stricter)
     limits should instead be put into units individually.
     (Closes: #823530, LP: #1578080)
   * debian/gbp.conf: Switch to ubuntu-xenial branch.
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