RHEL 7 Beta systemd Discussion

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RHEL 7 ships with systemd and the old init scripts are now implicitly mapped into systemd service units during boot (see the file /etc/init.d/README on your Beta installation for more detail).

We'd like to hear about your experiences with systemd on RHEL 7 Beta. We've maintained the service command so that we don't break existing scripts that stop and start services, but systemd offers much more than just some backwards compatibility.

Let us know what you find!

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This article helps:

https://access.redhat.com/site/solutions/521533

But I'm trying to figure out if there is a command equivalent to 'chkconfig --list'.

This article helps:

https://access.redhat.com/site/solutions/521533

But I wonder if there is a command equivalent to 'chkconfig --list'.

Great find Benjamin and thanks for posting that!

Is there anyway to have systemctl be more verbose? Starting, stopping, and restarting services produces no output. Neither does rebooting or shutting down.

Hi Benjamin,

check out the -o option to alter the output.
there is a verbose option there as well as ways to get pipeline, web, and human friendly output

  -o --output=STRING  Change journal output mode (short, short-monotonic,
                      verbose, export, json, json-pretty, json-sse, cat)

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