@chr same for clouds
and cloud orchestrators, btw
(i know cuz i've literaly built all three of these)
Segue into systemd rant: with the above in mind, systemd is clearly a perversion of the natural order of things. Init scripts are about as jank as it gets, and you can't (couldn't) boot without them. Meanwhile, you throw systemd in the mix and you've got compiled code everywhere. Compiled _logs_ even.
Of course you can't mount the thing externally and fix it up with a line editor, which is where the value of jank shows its face.
This is tongue-in-cheek of course.
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