Which init system are you using in Debian?

Submitted by Anonymous on Mon 25 Nov 2013

 

sysvinit (default)  <-> 61%1044 votes
openRC  <-> 3%60 votes
systemd  <-> 27%477 votes
upstart  <-> 5%89 votes
Total 1704 votes

Posted by daemon (86.173.xx.xx) on Sat 25 Jan 2014 at 22:43
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I chose sysvinit, but also use both daenontools,and more recently supervisord, for certain process supervision tasks.

:qw

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Posted by Anonymous (80.12.xx.xx) on Wed 29 Jan 2014 at 11:33
I said systemd, that's what I use on my laptop and my phone.

The servers and desktops at work are still sysvinit for the moment.

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Posted by AJxn (130.243.xx.xx) on Thu 6 Feb 2014 at 13:27
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Actually, I will settle with anything but systemd.

Reason for that are partly because of technical reasons and partly because of the really bad attitude of Lennart Poettering towards other people and projects.

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Posted by Anonymous (94.198.xx.xx) on Wed 26 Feb 2014 at 09:28
I’m considering leaving or packaging a homegrown init system + set of scripts myself since systemd was decided on.

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Posted by Anonymous (212.110.xx.xx) on Mon 17 Mar 2014 at 00:29
I use sysvinit since it does the job for me. systemd may have advantages for certain platforms, but I see none for my usage pattern so I see no need to change it.

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Posted by mcortese (85.158.xx.xx) on Thu 20 Mar 2014 at 17:05
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I find it surprising that nearly one third of the users has already switched to systemd! I would have thought that this site's audience was mostly conservative server admins, missing the good ol' times... :-)

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Posted by Anonymous (50.161.xx.xx) on Thu 24 Apr 2014 at 18:08
Systemd will mark the resurgence of the BSD.

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