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I wonder how many of those servers are web hosts.

There seems to be a line drawn where those that do web hosting and similar love systemd, while other server admins loath it for introducing needless complexities.

I have taken to thinking about web hosting as "uptime by machine gun". This in that they achieve uptime not by maintaining solid server configs, but by rapidly firing containers and/or VMs at the problem until it goes away.

http://www.commitstrip.com/en/2015/07/08/true-story-fixing-a...




Seems to be true since the famous "400 restarts a day is OK"

http://harmful.cat-v.org/software/ruby/rails/is-a-ghetto


dear deity...




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