Upstart seems kinda nice

Been doing system-level wiring for a low-level process for the last few hours, target is Fedora 10, so I can (theoretically) use Upstart for the init scripts... pretty slick stuff, the configs are simple, and I can create my 4-5 somewhat-interdependent processes such that they just kick each other off based on sending events.  The docs could really use some work, particularly on what standard/system events are sent when.  I'm guessing this may be a matter of too-much flexibility biting, where different systems are using different events?  There'd have to be some discipline somewhere to keep the systems in line, but I haven't yet discovered where that manifests.


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