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[ale] [systemd] Boot speed



As a professional, I am not.? Like the man said, if you need uptime, you 
designed it wrong.? As a "hobbyist", "enthusiast", or just plain user, I 
also don't care about uptime.? go ahead. Reboot your home box.? Even 
shut it down when you are not using it and save a few hundred dollars a 
year.


On 02/17/2018 09:01 AM, Adrya Stembridge via Ale wrote:
> How is everyone maintaining uptime while keeping current on kernel 
> security patches for your given distro?
>
> On Sat, Feb 17, 2018 at 8:58 AM, leam hall via Ale <ale at ale.org 
> <mailto:ale at ale.org>> wrote:
>
>     Possibly separating this discussion out into component parts. We'll
>     see how it goes.
>
>     I don't see boot speed as a game changer for systemd, even if it is a
>     lot faster. If you're booting your desktop then you're probably
>     already used to "push the power button, hit the head, grab some
>     coffee" routine. If you system isn't up by then maybe there's an
>     issue.
>
>     For servers, if you really want uptime, why aren't you redundant?
>     Reboot time is again not an issue if the service stays up.
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