[Techtalk] SysVInit Replacements?
anthony at futurepoint.com
Sat Jan 17 21:26:58 EST 2004
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I plan to deploy several new Linux systems over the next few weeks and have
been searching for a suitable SysVInit replacement to handle the boot
process. After looking through various projects and searching around, I
finally arrived at a choice between minit and RunIt. While RunIt interests me
due to the more unique booting methods, its file structure organization is
poor in comparison to other systems. Likewise, minit's extra dependencies are
I'm interested in getting opinions and suggestions on alternate init systems
from anyone who has experience with them. Out of the two above, which would
be the most beneficial to install on the new systems? Failing those, which
would you recommend?
"Freedom through knowledge."
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