systemd, a system and service manager for Linux, compatible with SysV and LSB init scripts, that provides aggressive parallelization capabilities and uses socket and D-Bus activation for starting services, is now at version 203.
systemd 203 has been released with a fair amount of changes, but there is nothing out of the ordinary.
Highlights of systemd 203:
• systemd-nspawn will now create /etc/resolv.conf if it proves necessary;
• systemctl list-dependencies have received a few new switches, --plain, --reverse, --after, and --before;
• The name of processes that have taken an inhibitor lock are now visible;
• nss-myhostname is now able to resolve "localhost" implicitly;
• .include can no longer be used recursively;
• The new parameter "--machine" has been added.
A detailed changelog of the new release is available in the mailing list.
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