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      .gitignore
  2. 1
      .mailmap
  3. 44
      CODING_STYLE
  4. 4
      Makefile.am
  5. 230
      NEWS
  6. 465
      TODO
  7. 30
      autogen.sh
  8. 2
      configure.ac

60
.gitignore

@ -20,12 +20,12 @@
/*.tar.bz2
/*.tar.gz
/*.tar.xz
/Makefile
/TAGS
/GPATH
/GRTAGS
/GSYMS
/GTAGS
/Makefile
/TAGS
/ata_id
/bootctl
/build-aux
@ -40,16 +40,14 @@
/hostnamectl
/install-tree
/journalctl
/libelogind-*.c
/libsystemd-*.c
/libtool
/linuxx64.efi.stub
/localectl
/loginctl
/machinectl
/mtd_probe
/networkctl
/linuxx64.efi.stub
/systemd-bootx64.efi
/test-efi-disk.img
/scsi_id
/systemadm
/systemctl
@ -61,6 +59,7 @@
/systemd-backlight
/systemd-binfmt
/systemd-bootchart
/systemd-bootx64.efi
/systemd-bus-proxyd
/systemd-cat
/systemd-cgls
@ -96,7 +95,6 @@
/systemd-kmsg-syslogd
/systemd-localed
/systemd-logind
/systemd-machine-id-commit
/systemd-machine-id-setup
/systemd-machined
/systemd-modules-load
@ -135,11 +133,12 @@
/systemd-user-sessions
/systemd-vconsole-setup
/tags
/test-architecture
/test-audit-type
/test-acd
/test-af-list
/test-architecture
/test-arphrd-list
/test-async
/test-audit-type
/test-barrier
/test-bitmap
/test-boot-timestamp
@ -183,24 +182,27 @@
/test-dhcp-server
/test-dhcp6-client
/test-dns-domain
/test-efi-disk.img
/test-ellipsize
/test-engine
/test-env-replace
/test-event
/test-execute
/test-extract-word
/test-fdset
/test-fileio
/test-fstab-util
/test-firewall-util
/test-fstab-util
/test-hashmap
/test-hostname
/test-hostname-util
/test-icmp6-rs
/test-id128
/test-inhibit
/test-install
/test-install-root
/test-ipcrm
/test-ipv4ll
/test-ipv4ll-manual
/test-job-type
/test-journal
/test-journal-enum
@ -213,7 +215,7 @@
/test-journal-syslog
/test-journal-verify
/test-json
/test-libelogind-sym*
/test-libsystemd-sym*
/test-libudev
/test-libudev-sym*
/test-list
@ -228,13 +230,16 @@
/test-machine-tables
/test-mmap-cache
/test-namespace
/test-ndisc-rs
/test-netlink
/test-netlink-manual
/test-network
/test-network-tables
/test-ns
/test-parse-util
/test-path
/test-path-lookup
/test-path-util
/test-pppoe
/test-prioq
/test-process-util
/test-pty
@ -243,15 +248,15 @@
/test-replace-var
/test-resolve
/test-ring
/test-netlink
/test-netlink-manual
/test-sched-prio
/test-set
/test-sigbus
/test-siphash24
/test-sleep
/test-socket-util
/test-ssd
/test-strbuf
/test-string-util
/test-strip-tab-ansi
/test-strv
/test-strxcpyx
@ -264,6 +269,7 @@
/test-unaligned
/test-unit-file
/test-unit-name
/test-user-util
/test-utf8
/test-util
/test-verbs
@ -282,18 +288,12 @@ config.log
config.status
configure
stamp-*
/pwx_*
/cleanup_*.sh
/elogind
/elogind-cgroups-agent
/rebuild_all.sh
/src/libelogind/libelogind.pc
/elogind-inhibit
/check_tree.sh
/get_build_file_diff.sh
elogind_patches.lst
/patches/
/cb/elogind.layout*
*.bak
/FIXME
/create_dist.sh
# Local Helper Scripts and Tools - Not for distribution
check_tree.sh
cleanup*.sh
elogind.*
get_build_file_diff.sh
pwx_*.*
rebuild_all.sh

1
.mailmap

@ -63,3 +63,4 @@ Arnd Bergmann <arnd@arndb.de>
Tom Rini <trini@kernel.crashing.org>
Paul Mundt <lethal@linux-sh.org>
Atul Sabharwal <atul.sabharwal@intel.com>
Daniel Machon <Danielmachon@live.dk>

44
CODING_STYLE

@ -145,11 +145,15 @@
- Think about the types you use. If a value cannot sensibly be
negative, do not use "int", but use "unsigned".
- Do not use types like "short". They *never* make sense. Use ints,
longs, long longs, all in unsigned+signed fashion, and the fixed
size types uint32_t and so on, as well as size_t, but nothing
else. Do not use kernel types like u32 and so on, leave that to the
kernel.
- Use "char" only for actual characters. Use "uint8_t" or "int8_t"
when you actually mean a byte-sized signed or unsigned
integers. When referring to a generic byte, we generally prefer the
unsigned variant "uint8_t". Do not use types based on "short". They
*never* make sense. Use ints, longs, long longs, all in
unsigned+signed fashion, and the fixed size types
uint8_t/uint16_t/uint32_t/uint64_t/int8_t/int16_t/int32_t and so on,
as well as size_t, but nothing else. Do not use kernel types like
u32 and so on, leave that to the kernel.
- Public API calls (i.e. functions exported by our shared libraries)
must be marked "_public_" and need to be prefixed with "sd_". No
@ -342,3 +346,33 @@
- To determine the length of a constant string "foo", don't bother
with sizeof("foo")-1, please use strlen("foo") directly. gcc knows
strlen() anyway and turns it into a constant expression if possible.
- If you want to concatenate two or more strings, consider using
strjoin() rather than asprintf(), as the latter is a lot
slower. This matters particularly in inner loops.
- Please avoid using global variables as much as you can. And if you
do use them make sure they are static at least, instead of
exported. Especially in library-like code it is important to avoid
global variables. Why are global variables bad? They usually hinder
generic reusability of code (since they break in threaded programs,
and usually would require locking there), and as the code using them
has side-effects make programs intransparent. That said, there are
many cases where they explicitly make a lot of sense, and are OK to
use. For example, the log level and target in log.c is stored in a
global variable, and that's OK and probably expected by most. Also
in many cases we cache data in global variables. If you add more
caches like this, please be careful however, and think about
threading. Only use static variables if you are sure that
thread-safety doesn't matter in your case. Alternatively consider
using TLS, which is pretty easy to use with gcc's "thread_local"
concept. It's also OK to store data that is inherently global in
global variables, for example data parsed from command lines, see
below.
- If you parse a command line, and want to store the parsed parameters
in global variables, please consider prefixing their names with
"arg_". We have been following this naming rule in most of our
tools, and we should continue to do so, as it makes it easy to
identify command line parameter variables, and makes it clear why it
is OK that they are global variables.

4
Makefile.am

@ -38,9 +38,9 @@ SUBDIRS = . po
# Keep the test-suite.log
.PRECIOUS: $(TEST_SUITE_LOG) Makefile
LIBELOGIND_CURRENT=12
LIBELOGIND_CURRENT=13
LIBELOGIND_REVISION=0
LIBELOGIND_AGE=12
LIBELOGIND_AGE=13
# Dirs of external packages
dbuspolicydir=@dbuspolicydir@

230
NEWS

@ -1,5 +1,195 @@
systemd System and Service Manager
CHANGES WITH 228:
* A number of properties previously only settable in unit
files are now also available as properties to set when
creating transient units programmatically via the bus, as it
is exposed with systemd-run's --property=
setting. Specifically, these are: SyslogIdentifier=,
SyslogLevelPrefix=, TimerSlackNSec=, OOMScoreAdjust=,
EnvironmentFile=, ReadWriteDirectories=,
ReadOnlyDirectories=, InaccessibleDirectories=,
ProtectSystem=, ProtectHome=, RuntimeDirectory=.
* When creating transient services via the bus API it is now
possible to pass in a set of file descriptors to use as
STDIN/STDOUT/STDERR for the invoked process.
* Slice units may now be created transiently via the bus APIs,
similar to the way service and scope units may already be
created transiently.
* Wherever systemd expects a calendar timestamp specification
(like in journalctl's --since= and --until= switches) UTC
timestamps are now supported. Timestamps suffixed with "UTC"
are now considered to be in Universal Time Coordinated
instead of the local timezone. Also, timestamps may now
optionally be specified with sub-second accuracy. Both of
these additions also apply to recurring calendar event
specification, such as OnCalendar= in timer units.
* journalctl gained a new "--sync" switch that asks the
journal daemon to write all so far unwritten log messages to
disk and sync the files, before returning.
* systemd-tmpfiles learned two new line types "q" and "Q" that
operate like "v", but also set up a basic btrfs quota
hierarchy when used on a btrfs file system with quota
enabled.
* tmpfiles' "v", "q" and "Q" will now create a plain directory
instead of a subvolume (even on a btrfs file system) if the
root directory is a plain directory, and not a
subvolume. This should simplify things with certain chroot()
environments which are not aware of the concept of btrfs
subvolumes.
* systemd-detect-virt gained a new --chroot switch to detect
whether execution takes place in a chroot() environment.
* CPUAffinity= now takes CPU index ranges in addition to
individual indexes.
* The various memory-related resource limit settings (such as
LimitAS=) now understand the usual K, M, G, ... suffixes to
the base of 1024 (IEC). Similar, the time-related resource
limit settings understand the usual min, h, day, ...
suffixes now.
* There's a new system.conf setting DefaultTasksMax= to
control the default TasksMax= setting for services and
scopes running on the system. (TasksMax= is the primary
setting that exposes the "pids" cgroup controller on systemd
and was introduced in the previous systemd release.) The
setting now defaults to 512, which means services that are
not explicitly configured otherwise will only be able to
create 512 processes or threads at maximum, from this
version on. Note that this means that thread- or
process-heavy services might need to be reconfigured to set
TasksMax= to a higher value. It is sufficient to set
TasksMax= in these specific unit files to a higher value, or
even "infinity". Similar, there's now a logind.conf setting
UserTasksMax= that defaults to 4096 and limits the total
number of processes or tasks each user may own
concurrently. nspawn containers also have the TasksMax=
value set by default now, to 8192. Note that all of this
only has an effect if the "pids" cgroup controller is
enabled in the kernel. The general benefit of these changes
should be a more robust and safer system, that provides a
certain amount of per-service fork() bomb protection.
* systemd-nspawn gained the new --network-veth-extra= switch
to define additional and arbitrarily-named virtual Ethernet
links between the host and the container.
* A new service execution setting PassEnvironment= has been
added that allows importing select environment variables
from PID1's environment block into the environment block of
the service.
* systemd will now bump the net.unix.max_dgram_qlen to 512 by
default now (the kernel default is 16). This is beneficial
for avoiding blocking on AF_UNIX/SOCK_DGRAM sockets since it
allows substantially larger numbers of queued
datagrams. This should increase the capability of systemd to
parallelize boot-up, as logging and sd_notify() are unlikely
to stall execution anymore. If you need to change the value
from the new defaults, use the usual sysctl.d/ snippets.
* The compression framing format used by the journal or
coredump processing has changed to be in line with what the
official LZ4 tools generate. LZ4 compression support in
systemd was considered unsupported previously, as the format
was not compatible with the normal tools. With this release
this has changed now, and it is hence safe for downstream
distributions to turn it on. While not compressing as well
as the XZ, LZ4 is substantially faster, which makes
it a good default choice for the compression logic in the
journal and in coredump handling.
* Any reference to /etc/mtab has been dropped from
systemd. The file has been obsolete since a while, but
systemd refused to work on systems where it was incorrectly
set up (it should be a symlink or non-existent). Please make
sure to update to util-linux 2.27.1 or newer in conjunction
with this systemd release, which also drops any reference to
/etc/mtab. If you maintain a distribution make sure that no
software you package still references it, as this is a
likely source of bugs. There's also a glibc bug pending,
asking for removal of any reference to this obsolete file:
https://sourceware.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=19108
* Support for the ".snapshot" unit type has been removed. This
feature turned out to be little useful and little used, and
has now been removed from the core and from systemctl.
* The dependency types RequiresOverridable= and
RequisiteOverridable= have been removed from systemd. They
have been used only very sparingly to our knowledge and
other options that provide a similar effect (such as
systemctl --mode=ignore-dependencies) are much more useful
and commonly used. Moreover, they were only half-way
implemented as the option to control behaviour regarding
these dependencies was never added to systemctl. By removing
these dependency types the execution engine becomes a bit
simpler. Unit files that use these dependencies should be
changed to use the non-Overridable dependency types
instead. In fact, when parsing unit files with these
options, that's what systemd will automatically convert them
too, but it will also warn, asking users to fix the unit
files accordingly. Removal of these dependency types should
only affect a negligible number of unit files in the wild.
* Behaviour of networkd's IPForward= option changed
(again). It will no longer maintain a per-interface setting,
but propagate one way from interfaces where this is enabled
to the global kernel setting. The global setting will be
enabled when requested by a network that is set up, but
never be disabled again. This change was made to make sure
IPv4 and IPv6 behaviour regarding packet forwarding is
similar (as the Linux IPv6 stack does not support
per-interface control of this setting) and to minimize
surprises.
* In unit files the behaviour of %u, %U, %h, %s has
changed. These specifiers will now unconditionally resolve
to the various user database fields of the user that the
systemd instance is running as, instead of the user
configured in the specific unit via User=. Note that this
effectively doesn't change much, as resolving of these
specifiers was already turned off in the --system instance
of systemd, as we cannot do NSS lookups from PID 1. In the
--user instance of systemd these specifiers where correctly
resolved, but hardly made any sense, since the user instance
lacks privileges to do user switches anyway, and User= is
hence useless. Morever, even in the --user instance of
systemd behaviour was awkward as it would only take settings
from User= assignment placed before the specifier into
account. In order to unify and simplify the logic around
this the specifiers will now always resolve to the
credentials of the user invoking the manager (which in case
of PID 1 is the root user).
Contributions from: Andrew Jones, Beniamino Galvani, Boyuan
Yang, Daniel Machon, Daniel Mack, David Herrmann, David
Reynolds, David Strauss, Dongsu Park, Evgeny Vereshchagin,
Felipe Sateler, Filipe Brandenburger, Franck Bui, Hristo
Venev, Iago López Galeiras, Jan Engelhardt, Jan Janssen, Jan
Synacek, Jesus Ornelas Aguayo, Karel Zak, kayrus, Kay Sievers,
Lennart Poettering, Liu Yuan Yuan, Mantas Mikulėnas, Marcel
Holtmann, Marcin Bachry, Marcos Alano, Marcos Mello, Mark
Theunissen, Martin Pitt, Michael Marineau, Michael Olbrich,
Michal Schmidt, Michal Sekletar, Mirco Tischler, Nick Owens,
Nicolas Cornu, Patrik Flykt, Peter Hutterer, reverendhomer,
Ronny Chevalier, Sangjung Woo, Seong-ho Cho, Shawn Landden,
Susant Sahani, Thomas Haller, Thomas Hindoe Paaboel Andersen,
Tom Gundersen, Torstein Husebø, Vito Caputo, Zbigniew
Jędrzejewski-Szmek
-- Berlin, 2015-11-18
CHANGES WITH 227:
* systemd now depends on util-linux v2.27. More specifically,
@ -117,7 +307,7 @@ CHANGES WITH 227:
* File descriptors passed during socket activation may now be
named. A new API sd_listen_fds_with_names() is added to
access the names. The default names may be overriden,
access the names. The default names may be overridden,
either in the .socket file using the FileDescriptorName=
parameter, or by passing FDNAME= when storing the file
descriptors using sd_notify().
@ -1156,7 +1346,7 @@ CHANGES WITH 218:
another unit listed in its Also= setting might be.
* Similar to the various existing ConditionXYZ= settings for
units there are now matching AssertXYZ= settings. While
units, there are now matching AssertXYZ= settings. While
failing conditions cause a unit to be skipped, but its job
to succeed, failing assertions declared like this will cause
a unit start operation and its job to fail.
@ -1164,7 +1354,7 @@ CHANGES WITH 218:
* hostnamed now knows a new chassis type "embedded".
* systemctl gained a new "edit" command. When used on a unit
file this allows extending unit files with .d/ drop-in
file, this allows extending unit files with .d/ drop-in
configuration snippets or editing the full file (after
copying it from /usr/lib to /etc). This will invoke the
user's editor (as configured with $EDITOR), and reload the
@ -1188,7 +1378,7 @@ CHANGES WITH 218:
inhibitors.
* Scope and service units gained a new "Delegate" boolean
property, which when set allows processes running inside the
property, which, when set, allows processes running inside the
unit to further partition resources. This is primarily
useful for systemd user instances as well as container
managers.
@ -1198,7 +1388,7 @@ CHANGES WITH 218:
audit fields are split up and fully indexed. This means that
journalctl in many ways is now a (nicer!) alternative to
ausearch, the traditional audit client. Note that this
implements only a minimal audit client, if you want the
implements only a minimal audit client. If you want the
special audit modes like reboot-on-log-overflow, please use
the traditional auditd instead, which can be used in
parallel to journald.
@ -1209,7 +1399,7 @@ CHANGES WITH 218:
* journalctl gained two new commands --vacuum-size= and
--vacuum-time= to delete old journal files until the
remaining ones take up no more the specified size on disk,
remaining ones take up no more than the specified size on disk,
or are not older than the specified time.
* A new, native PPPoE library has been added to sd-network,
@ -1262,9 +1452,9 @@ CHANGES WITH 218:
will spew out warnings if the compilation fails. This
requires libxkbcommon to be installed.
* When a coredump is collected a larger number of metadata
* When a coredump is collected, a larger number of metadata
fields is now collected and included in the journal records
created for it. More specifically control group membership,
created for it. More specifically, control group membership,
environment variables, memory maps, working directory,
chroot directory, /proc/$PID/status, and a list of open file
descriptors is now stored in the log entry.
@ -1303,7 +1493,7 @@ CHANGES WITH 218:
a fixed machine ID for subsequent boots.
* networkd's .netdev files now provide a large set of
configuration parameters for VXLAN devices. Similar, the
configuration parameters for VXLAN devices. Similarly, the
bridge port cost parameter is now configurable in .network
files. There's also new support for configuring IP source
routing. networkd .link files gained support for a new
@ -1636,7 +1826,7 @@ CHANGES WITH 216:
* .socket units gained a new DeferAcceptSec= setting that
controls the kernels' TCP_DEFER_ACCEPT sockopt for
TCP. Similar, support for controlling TCP keep-alive
TCP. Similarly, support for controlling TCP keep-alive
settings has been added (KeepAliveTimeSec=,
KeepAliveIntervalSec=, KeepAliveProbes=). Also, support for
turning off Nagle's algorithm on TCP has been added
@ -1852,7 +2042,7 @@ CHANGES WITH 215:
* tmpfiles learnt a new "L+" directive which creates a symlink
but (unlike "L") deletes a pre-existing file first, should
it already exist and not already be the correct
symlink. Similar, "b+", "c+" and "p+" directives have been
symlink. Similarly, "b+", "c+" and "p+" directives have been
added as well, which create block and character devices, as
well as fifos in the filesystem, possibly removing any
pre-existing files of different types.
@ -1934,8 +2124,8 @@ CHANGES WITH 215:
open_by_handle_at() is now prohibited for containers,
closing a hole similar to a recently discussed vulnerability
in docker regarding access to files on file hierarchies the
container should normally not have access to. Note that for
nspawn we generally make no security claims anyway (and
container should normally not have access to. Note that, for
nspawn, we generally make no security claims anyway (and
this is explicitly documented in the man page), so this is
just a fix for one of the most obvious problems.
@ -2035,14 +2225,14 @@ CHANGES WITH 214:
CAP_NET_BROADCAST, CAP_NET_RAW capabilities though, but
loses the ability to write to files owned by root this way.
* Similar, systemd-resolved now runs under its own
* Similarly, systemd-resolved now runs under its own
"systemd-resolve" user with no capabilities remaining.
* Similar, systemd-bus-proxyd now runs under its own
* Similarly, systemd-bus-proxyd now runs under its own
"systemd-bus-proxy" user with only CAP_IPC_OWNER remaining.
* systemd-networkd gained support for setting up "veth"
virtual ethernet devices for container connectivity, as well
virtual Ethernet devices for container connectivity, as well
as GRE and VTI tunnels.
* systemd-networkd will no longer automatically attempt to
@ -2744,7 +2934,7 @@ CHANGES WITH 209:
* The configuration of network interface naming rules for
"permanent interface names" has changed: a new NamePolicy=
setting in the [Link] section of .link files determines the
priority of possible naming schemes (onboard, slot, mac,
priority of possible naming schemes (onboard, slot, MAC,
path). The default value of this setting is determined by
/usr/lib/net/links/99-default.link. Old
80-net-name-slot.rules udev configuration file has been
@ -4274,8 +4464,8 @@ CHANGES WITH 197:
devices as seat masters, i.e. as devices that are required
to be existing before a seat is considered preset. Instead,
it will now look for all devices that are tagged as
"seat-master" in udev. By default framebuffer devices will
be marked as such, but depending on local systems other
"seat-master" in udev. By default, framebuffer devices will
be marked as such, but depending on local systems, other
devices might be marked as well. This may be used to
integrate graphics cards using closed source drivers (such
as NVidia ones) more nicely into logind. Note however, that
@ -5315,7 +5505,7 @@ CHANGES WITH 44:
* Reorder configuration file lookup order. /etc now always
overrides /run in order to allow the administrator to always
and unconditionally override vendor supplied or
and unconditionally override vendor-supplied or
automatically generated data.
* The various user visible bits of the journal now have man

465
TODO

@ -21,14 +21,32 @@ External:
* wiki: update journal format documentation for lz4 additions
* When lz4 gets an API for lz4 command output, make use of it to
compress coredumps in a way compatible with /usr/bin/lz4.
Janitorial Clean-ups:
* code cleanup: retire FOREACH_WORD_QUOTED, port to extract_first_word() loops instead
* replace manual readdir() loops with FOREACH_DIRENT or FOREACH_DIRENT_ALL
* Get rid of the last strerror() invocations in favour of %m and strerror_r()
* Rearrange tests so that the various test-xyz.c match a specific src/basic/xyz.c again
Features:
* add a concept of RemainAfterExit= to scope units
* PID1: find a way how we can reload unit file configuration for
specific units only, without reloading the whole of systemd
* add an explicit parser for LimitNICE= and LimitRTPRIO= that verifies
the specified range and generates sane error messages for incorrect
specifications. Also, for LimitNICE= maybe introduce a syntax such
as "+5" or "-7" in order to make the limits more readable as they
are otherwise shifted by 20.
* do something about "/control" subcgroups in the unified cgroup hierarchy
* when we detect that there are waiting jobs but no running jobs, do something
* add journal vacuum by max number of files
* push CPUAffinity= also into the "cpuset" cgroup controller (only after the cpuset controller got ported to the unified hierarchy)
* add a new command "systemctl revert" or so, that removes all dropin
snippets in /run and /etc, and all unit files with counterparts in
@ -36,14 +54,8 @@ Features:
edit" create. Maybe even add "systemctl revert -a" to do this for
all units.
* sd-event: maybe add support for inotify events
* PID 1 should send out sd_notify("WATCHDOG=1") messages (for usage in the --user mode, and when run via nspawn)
* nspawn should send out sd_notify("WATCHDOG=1") messages
* nspawn should optionally support receiving WATCHDOG=1 messages from its payload PID 1...
* consider throwing a warning if a service declares it wants to be "Before=" a .device unit.
* "systemctl edit" should know a mode to create a new unit file
@ -53,69 +65,17 @@ Features:
prefixed with /sys generally special.
http://lists.freedesktop.org/archives/systemd-devel/2015-June/032962.html
* Add PassEnvironment= setting to service units, to import select env vars from PID 1 into the service env block
* nspawn: fix logic always print a final newline on output.
https://github.com/systemd/systemd/pull/272#issuecomment-113153176
* make nspawn's --network-veth switch more powerful:
http://lists.freedesktop.org/archives/systemd-devel/2015-June/033121.html
* man: document that unless you use StandardError=null the shell >/dev/stderr won't work in shell scripts in services
* man: clarify that "machinectl show" shows different information than "machinectl status" (no cgroup tree, no IP addresses, ...)
* "systemctl daemon-reload" should result in /etc/systemd/system.conf being reloaded by systemd
* install: include generator dirs in unit file search paths
* logind: follow PropertiesChanged state more closely, to deal with quick logouts and relogins
* invent a better systemd-run scheme for naming scopes, that works with remoting
* add journalctl -H that talks via ssh to a remote peer and passes through binary logs data
* change journalctl -M to acquire fd to journal directory via machined, and then operate on that via openat() instead of absolute paths
* add a version of --merge which also merges /var/log/journal/remote
* log accumulated resource usage after each service invocation
* nspawn: a nice way to boot up without machine id set, so that it is set at boot automatically for supporting --ephemeral. Maybe hash the host machine id together with the machine name to generate the machine id for the container
* logind: rename session scope so that it includes the UID. THat way
the session scope can be arranged freely in slices and we don't have
make assumptions about their slice anymore.
* journalctl: -m should access container journals directly by enumerating them via machined, and also watch containers coming and going. Benefit: nspawn --ephemeral would start working nicely with the journal.
* nspawn: don't copy /etc/resolv.conf from host into container unless we are in shared-network mode
* nspawn: optionally automatically add FORWARD rules to iptables whenever nspawn is running, remove them when shut down.
* importd: generate a nice warning if mkfs.btrfs is missing
* nspawn: add a logic for cleaning up read-only, hidden container images in /var/lib/machines that are not ancestors of any non-hidden containers
* nspawn: Improve error message when --bind= is used on a non-existing source directory
* nspawn: maybe make copying of /etc/resolv.conf optional, and skip it if --read-only is used
* man: document how update dkr images works with machinectl
http://lists.freedesktop.org/archives/systemd-devel/2015-February/028630.html
* nspawn: as soon as networkd has a bus interface, hook up --network-interface=, --network-bridge= with networkd, to trigger netdev creation should an interface be missing
* rework C11 utf8.[ch] to use char32_t instead of uint32_t when referring
to unicode chars, to make things more expressive.
* "machinectl migrate" or similar to copy a container from or to a
difference host, via ssh
* tmpfiles: creating new directories/subvolumes/fifos/device nodes
should not follow symlinks. None of the other adjustment or creation
calls follow symlinks.
* fstab-generator: default to tmpfs-as-root if only usr= is specified on the kernel cmdline
* docs: bring http://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Software/systemd/MyServiceCantGetRealtime up to date
@ -132,95 +92,21 @@ Features:
* Maybe add support for the equivalent of "ethtool advertise" to .link files?
http://lists.freedesktop.org/archives/systemd-devel/2015-April/030112.html
* .timer units should optionally support CLOCK_BOOTTIME in addition to CLOCK_MONOTONIC
* create a btrfs qgroup for /var/lib/machines, and add all container
subvolumes we create to it.
* When logging about multiple units (stopping BoundTo units, conflicts, etc.),
log both units as UNIT=, so that journalctl -u triggers on both.
* to allow "linking" of nspawn containers, extend --network-bridge= so
that it can dynamically create bridge interfaces that are refcounted
by the containers on them. For each group of containers to link together
* journalctl --verify: don't show files that are currently being
written to as FAIL, but instead show that their are being written
to.
* assign MESSAGE_ID to log messages about failed services
* coredump: make the handler check /proc/$PID/rlimits for RLIMIT_CORE,
and supress coredump if turned off. Then change RLIMIT_CORE to
infinity by default for all services. This then allows per-service
control of coredumping.
* generate better errors when people try to set transient properties
that are not supported...
http://lists.freedesktop.org/archives/systemd-devel/2015-February/028076.html
* Introduce $LISTEN_NAMES to complement $LISTEN_FDS, containing a
colon separated list of identifiers for the fds passed.
* maybe introduce WantsMountsFor=? Usecase:
http://lists.freedesktop.org/archives/systemd-devel/2015-January/027729.html
* rework kexec logic to use new kexec_file_load() syscall, so that we
don't have to call kexec tool anymore.
* The udev blkid built-in should expose a property that reflects
whether media was sensed in USB CF/SD card readers. This should then
be used to control SYSTEMD_READY=1/0 so that USB card readers aren't
picked up by systemd unless they contain a medium. This would mirror
the behaviour we already have for CD drives.
* nspawn: emulate /dev/kmsg using CUSE and turn off the syslog syscall
with seccomp. That should provide us with a useful log buffer that
systemd can log to during early boot, and disconnect container logs
from the kernel's logs.
* networkd/udev: implement SR_IOV configuration in .link files:
http://lists.freedesktop.org/archives/systemd-devel/2015-January/027451.html
* When RLIMIT_NPROC is set from a unit file it currently always is set
for root, not for the user set in User=, which makes it
useless. After fixing this, set RLIMIT_NPROC for
systemd-journal-xyz, and all other of our services that run under
their own user ids, and use User= (but only in a world where userns
is ubiquitous since otherwise we cannot invoke those daemons on the
host AND in a container anymore). Also, if LimitNPROC= is used
without User= we should warn and refuse operation.
* logind: maybe allow configuration of the StopTimeout for session scopes
* Set NoNewPrivileges= on all of our own services, where that makes sense
* Rework systemctl's GetAll property parsing to use the generic bus_map_all_properties() API
* rework journald sigbus stuff to use mutex
* import-dkr: support tarsum checksum verification, if it becomes reality one day...
* import-dkr: convert json bits to nspawn configuration
* core/cgroup: support net_cls modules, and support automatically allocating class ids, then add support for making firewall changes depending on it, to implement a per-service firewall
* introduce systemd-nspawn-ephemeral@.service, and hook it into "machinectl start" with a new --ephemeral switch
* "machinectl status" should also show internal logs of the container in question
* "machinectl list-images" should show os-release data, as well as machine-info data (including deployment level)
* Port various tools to make use of verbs.[ch], where applicable
* "machinectl history"
* "machinectl diff"
* "machinectl commit" that takes a writable snapshot of a tree, invokes a shell in it, and marks it read-only after use
* systemd-nspawn -x should support ephemeral instances of gpt images
* hostnamectl: show root image uuid
* sysfs set api in libudev is not const
@ -228,22 +114,11 @@ Features:
* Find a solution for SMACK capabilities stuff:
http://lists.freedesktop.org/archives/systemd-devel/2014-December/026188.html
* port libmount hookup to use API's own inotify interface, as soon as that is table in libmount
* "systemctl preset-all" should probably order the unit files it
operates on lexicographically before starting to work, in order to
ensure deterministic behaviour if two unit files conflict (like DMs
do, for example)
* resolved should optionally register additional per-interface LLMNR
names, so that for the container case we can establish the same name
(maybe "host") for referencing the server, everywhere.
* systemd-journal-upload (or a new, related tool): allow pushing out
journal messages onto the network in BSD syslog protocol,
continuously. Default to some link-local IP mcast group, to make this
useful as a one-stop debugging tool.
* synchronize console access with BSD locks:
http://lists.freedesktop.org/archives/systemd-devel/2014-October/024582.html
@ -263,24 +138,16 @@ Features:
* firstboot: make it useful to be run immediately after yum --installroot to set up a machine. (most specifically, make --copy-root-password work even if /etc/passwd already exists
* timesyncd + resolved: add ugly bus calls to set NTP and DNS servers per-interface, for usage by NM
* add infrastructure to allocate dynamic/transient users and UID ranges, for use in user-namespaced containers, per-seat gdm login screens and gdm guest sessions
* machined: add an API so that libvirt-lxc can inform us about network interfaces being removed or added to an existing machine
* maybe add support for specifier expansion in user.conf, specifically DefaultEnvironment=
* code cleanup: retire FOREACH_WORD_QUOTED, port to extract_first_word() loops instead
* introduce systemd-timesync-wait.service or so to sync on an NTP fix?
* systemd --user should issue sd_notify() upon reaching basic.target, not on becoming idle
* consider showing the unit names during boot up in the status output, not just the unit descriptions
* dhcp: do we allow configuring dhcp routes on interfaces that are not the one we got the dhcp info from?
* maybe allow timer units with an empty Units= setting, so that they
can be used for resuming the system but nothing else.
@ -290,12 +157,8 @@ Features:
* maybe support a new very "soft" reboot mode, that simply kills all processes, disassembles everything, flushes /run and sysvipc, and then reexecs systemd again
* man: document that corrupted journal files is nothing to act on
* man: maybe use the word "inspect" rather than "introspect"?
* "machinectl list" should probably show columns for OS version and IP addresses
* systemctl: if some operation fails, show log output?
* systemctl edit:
@ -303,10 +166,10 @@ Features:
- use equvalent of cat() to insert existing config as a comment, prepended with #.
Upon editor exit, lines with one # are removed, lines with two # are left with one #, etc.
* refcounting in sd-resolve is borked
* exponential backoff in timesyncd and resolved when we cannot reach a server
* timesyncd + resolved: add ugly bus calls to set NTP and DNS servers per-interface, for usage by NM
* extract_many_words() should probably be used by a lot of code that
currently uses FOREACH_WORD and friends. For example, most conf
parsing callbacks should use it.
@ -319,24 +182,6 @@ Features:
* add systemd.abort_on_kill or some other such flag to send SIGABRT instead of SIGKILL
(throughout the codebase, not only PID1)
* networkd:
- add LLDP client side support
- the DHCP lease data (such as NTP/DNS) is still made available when
a carrier is lost on a link. It should be removed instantly.
- expose in the API the following bits:
- option 15, domain name and/or option 119, search list
- option 12, host name and/or option 81, fqdn
- option 123, 144, geolocation
- option 252, configure http proxy (PAC/wpad)
- provide a way to define a per-network interface default metric value
for all routes to it. possibly a second default for DHCP routes.
- allow Name= to be specified repeatedly in the [Match] section. Maybe also
support Name=foo*|bar*|baz ?
- duplicate address check for static IPs (like ARPCHECK in network-scripts)
- allow DUID/IAID to be customized, see issue #394.
- support configuration option for TSO (tcp segmentation offload)
- networkd: whenever uplink info changes, make DHCP server send out FORCERENEW
* resolved:
- put networkd events and rtnl events at a higher priority, so that
we always process them before we process client requests
@ -352,8 +197,11 @@ Features:
announce dname support. However, for DNSSEC it is necessary as the synthesized cname
will not be signed.
- cname on PTR (?)
- resolved should optionally register additional per-interface LLMNR
names, so that for the container case we can establish the same name
(maybe "host") for referencing the server, everywhere.
* Allow multiple ExecStart= for all Type= settings, so that we can cover rescue.service nicely
* refcounting in sd-resolve is borked
* Add a new verb "systemctl top"
@ -378,14 +226,8 @@ Features:
* Run most system services with cgroupfs read-only and procfs with a more secure mode (doesn't work, since the hidepid= option is per-pid-namespace, not per-mount)
* sd-event: generate a failure of a default event loop is executed out-of-thread
* add bus api to query unit file's X fields.
* consider adding RuntimeDirectoryUser= + RuntimeDirectoryGroup=
* sd-event: define more intervals where we will shift wakeup intervals around in, 1h, 6h, 24h, ...
* gpt-auto-generator:
- Support LUKS for root devices
- Define new partition type for encrypted swap? Support probed LUKS for encrypted swap?
@ -436,8 +278,6 @@ Features:
* when we detect low battery and no AC on boot, show pretty splash and refuse boot
* machined, localed: when we try to kill an empty cgroup, generate an ESRCH error over the bus
* libsystemd-journal, libsystemd-login, libudev: add calls to easily attach these objects to sd-event event loops
* be more careful what we export on the bus as (usec_t) 0 and (usec_t) -1
@ -495,6 +335,9 @@ Features:
* sd-event
- allow multiple signal handlers per signal?
- document chaining of signal handler for SIGCHLD and child handlers
- define more intervals where we will shift wakeup intervals around in, 1h, 6h, 24h, ...
- generate a failure of a default event loop is executed out-of-thread
- maybe add support for inotify events
* in the final killing spree, detect processes from the root directory, and
complain loudly if they have argv[0][0] == '@' set.
@ -539,14 +382,10 @@ Features:
* systemd-inhibit: make taking delay locks useful: support sending SIGINT or SIGTERM on PrepareForSleep()
* journal-or-kmsg is currently broken? See reverted commit 4a01181e460686d8b4a543b1dfa7f77c9e3c5ab8.
* remove any syslog support from log.c -- we probably cannot do this before split-off udev is gone for good
* shutdown logging: store to EFI var, and store to USB stick?
* write UI tool that pops up emergency messages from the journal as notification
* think about window-manager-run-as-user-service problem: exit 0 → activate shutdown.target; exit != 0 → restart service
* merge unit_kill_common() and unit_kill_context()
@ -560,9 +399,6 @@ Features:
* maybe do not install getty@tty1.service symlink in /etc but in /usr?
* fstab: add new mount option x-systemd-after=/foobar/waldo to allow manual dependencies to other mount points
https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=812826
* print a nicer explanation if people use variable/specifier expansion in ExecStart= for the first word
* mount: turn dependency information from /proc/self/mountinfo into dependency information between systemd units.
@ -592,6 +428,12 @@ Features:
probably reduce the capability set it retains substantially.
(we need CAP_SYS_ADMIN for drmSetMaster(), so maybe not worth it)
- expose orientation sensors and tablet mode through logind
- maybe allow configuration of the StopTimeout for session scopes
- rename session scope so that it includes the UID. THat way
the session scope can be arranged freely in slices and we don't have
make assumptions about their slice anymore.
- follow PropertiesChanged state more closely, to deal with quick logouts and
relogins
* exec: when deinitializating a tty device fix the perms and group, too, not only when initializing. Set access mode/gid to 0620/tty.
@ -605,7 +447,6 @@ Features:
- add API to close/reopen/get fd for journal client fd in libsystemd-journal.
- fallback to /dev/log based logging in libsystemd-journal, if we cannot log natively?
- declare the local journal protocol stable in the wiki interface chart
- journal: reuse XZ context
- sd-journal: speed up sd_journal_get_data() with transparent hash table in bg
- journald: when dropping msgs due to ratelimit make sure to write
"dropped %u messages" not only when we are about to print the next
@ -647,6 +488,32 @@ Features:
lazily. Encode just enough information in the file name, so that we
do not have to open it to know that it is not interesting for us, for
the most common operations.
- journal-or-kmsg is currently broken? See reverted
commit 4a01181e460686d8b4a543b1dfa7f77c9e3c5ab8.
- man: document that corrupted journal files is nothing to act on
- systemd-journal-upload (or a new, related tool): allow pushing out
journal messages onto the network in BSD syslog protocol,
continuously. Default to some link-local IP mcast group, to make this
useful as a one-stop debugging tool.
- rework journald sigbus stuff to use mutex
- Set RLIMIT_NPROC for systemd-journal-xyz, and all other of our
services that run under their own user ids, and use User= (but only
in a world where userns is ubiquitous since otherwise we cannot
invoke those daemons on the host AND in a container anymore). Also,
if LimitNPROC= is used without User= we should warn and refuse
operation.
- journalctl --verify: don't show files that are currently being
written to as FAIL, but instead show that their are being written to.
- add journalctl -H that talks via ssh to a remote peer and passes through
binary logs data
- change journalctl -M to acquire fd to journal directory via machined, and
then operate on that via openat() instead of absolute paths
- add a version of --merge which also merges /var/log/journal/remote
- log accumulated resource usage after each service invocation
- journalctl: -m should access container journals directly by enumerating
them via machined, and also watch containers coming and going.
Benefit: nspawn --ephemeral would start working nicely with the journal.
- assign MESSAGE_ID to log messages about failed services
* document:
- document that deps in [Unit] sections ignore Alias= fields in
@ -659,7 +526,6 @@ Features:
- document systemd-journal-flush.service properly
- documentation: recommend to connect the timer units of a service to the service via Also= in [Install]
- man: document the very specific env the shutdown drop-in tools live in
- man: extend runlevel(8) to mention that runlevels suck, and are dead. Maybe add runlevel(7) with a note about that too
- man: add more examples to man pages
- man: maybe sort directives in man pages, and take sections from --help and apply them to man too
@ -674,8 +540,6 @@ Features:
- add new command to systemctl: "systemctl system-reexec" which reexecs as many daemons as virtually possible
- systemctl enable: fail if target to alias into does not exist? maybe show how many units are enabled afterwards?
- systemctl: "Journal has been rotated since unit was started." message is misleading
- support "systemctl stop foobar@.service" to stop all units matching a certain template
- Something is wrong with symlink handling of "autovt@.service" in "systemctl list-unit-files"
- better error message if you run systemctl without systemd running
- systemctl status output should should include list of triggering units and their status
@ -690,13 +554,10 @@ Features:
o DST changes
- Support 2012-02~4 as syntax for specifying the fourth to last day of the month.
- calendarspec: support value ranges with ".." notation. Example: 2013-4..8-1
- when parsing calendar timestamps support the UTC timezone (even if we will not support arbitrary timezone specs, support UTC itself certainly makes sense), also support syntaxes such as +0200
- Modulate timer frequency based on battery state
* add libsystemd-password or so to query passwords during boot using the password agent logic
* If we show an error about a unit (such as not showing up) and it has no Description string, then show a description string generated form the reverse of unit_name_mangle().
* clean up date formatting and parsing so that all absolute/relative timestamps we format can also be parsed
* on shutdown: move utmp, wall, audit logic all into PID 1 (or logind?), get rid of systemd-update-utmp-runlevel
@ -709,7 +570,62 @@ Features:
* currently x-systemd.timeout is lost in the initrd, since crypttab is copied into dracut, but fstab is not
* nspawn:
- refuses to boot containers without /etc/machine-id (OK?), and with empty /etc/machine-id (not OK).
- to allow "linking" of nspawn containers, extend --network-bridge= so
that it can dynamically create bridge interfaces that are refcounted
by the containers on them. For each group of containers to link together
- refuses to boot containers without /etc/machine-id (OK?), and with empty
/etc/machine-id (not OK).
- nspawn -x should support ephemeral instances of gpt images
- emulate /dev/kmsg using CUSE and turn off the syslog syscall
with seccomp. That should provide us with a useful log buffer that
systemd can log to during early boot, and disconnect container logs
from the kernel's logs.
- as soon as networkd has a bus interface, hook up --network-interface=,
--network-bridge= with networkd, to trigger netdev creation should an
interface be missing
- don't copy /etc/resolv.conf from host into container unless we are in
shared-network mode
- a nice way to boot up without machine id set, so that it is set at boot
automatically for supporting --ephemeral. Maybe hash the host machine id
together with the machine name to generate the machine id for the container
- fix logic always print a final newline on output.
https://github.com/systemd/systemd/pull/272#issuecomment-113153176
- should optionally support receiving WATCHDOG=1 messages from its payload
PID 1...
- should send out sd_notify("WATCHDOG=1") messages
- optionally automatically add FORWARD rules to iptables whenever nspawn is
running, remove them when shut down.
- add a logic for cleaning up read-only, hidden container images in
/var/lib/machines that are not ancestors of any non-hidden containers
- Improve error message when --bind= is used on a non-existing source
directory
- maybe make copying of /etc/resolv.conf optional, and skip it if --read-only
is used
* machined:
- "machinectl list" should probably show columns for OS version and IP
addresses
- add an API so that libvirt-lxc can inform us about network interfaces being
removed or added to an existing machine
- "machinectl migrate" or similar to copy a container from or to a
difference host, via ssh
- man: document how update dkr images works with machinectl
http://lists.freedesktop.org/archives/systemd-devel/2015-February/028630.html
- introduce systemd-nspawn-ephemeral@.service, and hook it into
"machinectl start" with a new --ephemeral switch
- "machinectl status" should also show internal logs of the container in
question
- "machinectl list-images" should show os-release data, as well as
machine-info data (including deployment level)
- "machinectl history"
- "machinectl diff"
- "machinectl commit" that takes a writable snapshot of a tree, invokes a
shell in it, and marks it read-only after use
* importd:
- dkr: support tarsum checksum verification, if it becomes reality one day...
- dkr: convert json bits to nspawn configuration
- generate a nice warning if mkfs.btrfs is missing
* cryptsetup:
- cryptsetup-generator: allow specification of passwords in crypttab itself
@ -720,42 +636,16 @@ Features:
* hw watchdog: optionally try to use the preset watchdog timeout instead of always overriding it
https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=54712
* after deserializing sockets in socket.c we should reapply sockopts and things
* make timer units go away after they elapsed
* move PID 1 segfaults to /var/lib/systemd/coredump?
* create /sbin/init symlinks from the build system
* allow writing multiple conditions in unit files on one line
* MountFlags=shared acts as MountFlags=slave right now.
* drop PID 1 reloading, only do reexecing (difficult: Reload()
currently is properly synchronous, Reexec() is weird, because we
cannot delay the response properly until we are back, so instead of
being properly synchronous we just keep open the fd and close it
when done. That means clients do not get a successful method reply,
but much rather a disconnect on success.
* properly handle loop back mounts via fstab, especially regards to fsck/passno
* initialize the hostname from the fs label of /, if /etc/hostname does not exist?
* rename "userspace" to "core-os"
* load-fragment: when loading a unit file via a chain of symlinks
verify that it is not masked via any of the names traversed.
* introduce Type=pid-file
* change Requires=basic.target to RequisiteOverride=basic.target
* when breaking cycles drop sysv services first, then services from /run, then from /etc, then from /usr
* ExecOnFailure=/usr/bin/foo
* udev:
- move to LGPL
- kill scsi_id
@ -764,15 +654,17 @@ Features:
* when a service has the same env var set twice we actually store it twice and return that in systemctl show -p... We should only show the last setting
* introduce mix of BindTo and Requisite
* There's currently no way to cancel fsck (used to be possible via C-c or c on the console)
* add option to sockets to avoid activation. Instead just drop packets/connections, see http://cyberelk.net/tim/2012/02/15/portreserve-systemd-solution/
* default unix qlen is too small (10). bump sysctl? add sockopt?
* save coredump in Windows/Mozilla minidump format
* coredump:
- save coredump in Windows/Mozilla minidump format
- move PID 1 segfaults to /var/lib/systemd/coredump?
- make the handler check /proc/$PID/rlimits for RLIMIT_CORE,
and supress coredump if turned off. Then change RLIMIT_CORE to
infinity by default for all services. This then allows per-service
control of coredumping.
* support crash reporting operation modes (https://live.gnome.org/GnomeOS/Design/Whiteboards/ProblemReporting)
@ -781,31 +673,16 @@ Features:
* be able to specify a forced restart of service A where service B depends on, in case B
needs to be auto-respawned?
* when a bus name of a service disappears from the bus make sure to queue further activation requests
* tmpfiles:
- apply "x" on "D" too (see patch from William Douglas)
- replace F with f+.
- instead of ignoring unknown fields, reject them.
* for services: do not set $HOME in services unless requested
* hide PAM options in fragment parser when compile time disabled
* when we automatically restart a service, ensure we restart its rdeps, too.
* allow Type=simple with PIDFile=
https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=723942
* move PAM code into its own binary
* implement Register= switch in .socket units to enable registration
in Avahi, RPC and other socket registration services.
- creating new directories/subvolumes/fifos/device nodes
should not follow symlinks. None of the other adjustment or creation
calls follow symlinks.
* make sure systemd-ask-password-wall does not shutdown systemd-ask-password-console too early
* add ReloadSignal= for configuring a reload signal to use
* verify that the AF_UNIX sockets of a service in the fs still exist
when we start a service in order to avoid confusion when a user
assumes starting a service is enough to make it accessible
@ -815,8 +692,6 @@ Features:
* and a dbus call to generate target from current state
* GC unreferenced jobs (such as .device jobs)
* write blog stories about:
- hwdb: what belongs into it, lsusb
- enabling dbus services
@ -837,20 +712,59 @@ Features:
- instantiated apache, dovecot and so on
- hooking a script into various stages of shutdown/rearly booot
* allow port=0 in .socket units
* recreate systemd's D-Bus private socket file on SIGUSR2
* Support --test based on current system state
* investigate whether the gnome pty helper should be moved into systemd, to provide cgroup support.
* maybe introduce ExecRestartPre=
* dot output for --test showing the 'initial transaction'
* fingerprint.target, wireless.target, gps.target, netdevice.target
* pid1:
- .timer units should optionally support CLOCK_BOOTTIME in addition to CLOCK_MONOTONIC
- When logging about multiple units (stopping BoundTo units, conflicts, etc.),
log both units as UNIT=, so that journalctl -u triggers on both.
- generate better errors when people try to set transient properties
that are not supported...
http://lists.freedesktop.org/archives/systemd-devel/2015-February/028076.html
- maybe introduce WantsMountsFor=? Usecase:
http://lists.freedesktop.org/archives/systemd-devel/2015-January/027729.html
- recreate systemd's D-Bus private socket file on SIGUSR2
- GC unreferenced jobs (such as .device jobs)
- move PAM code into its own binary
- when we automatically restart a service, ensure we restart its rdeps, too.
- for services: do not set $HOME in services unless requested
- hide PAM options in fragment parser when compile time disabled
- Support --test based on current system state
- If we show an error about a unit (such as not showing up) and it has no Description string, then show a description string generated form the reverse of unit_name_mangle().
- after deserializing sockets in socket.c we should reapply sockopts and things
- make timer units go away after they elapsed
- drop PID 1 reloading, only do reexecing (difficult: Reload()
currently is properly synchronous, Reexec() is weird, because we
cannot delay the response properly until we are back, so instead of
being properly synchronous we just keep open the fd and close it
when done. That means clients do not get a successful method reply,
but much rather a disconnect on success.
- when breaking cycles drop sysv services first, then services from /run, then from /etc, then from /usr
- when a bus name of a service disappears from the bus make sure to queue further activation requests
* unit files:
- allow port=0 in .socket units
- maybe introduce ExecRestartPre=
- add ReloadSignal= for configuring a reload signal to use
- implement Register= switch in .socket units to enable registration
in Avahi, RPC and other socket registration services.
- allow Type=simple with PIDFile=
https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=723942
- allow writing multiple conditions in unit files on one line
- load-fragment: when loading a unit file via a chain of symlinks
verify that it is not masked via any of the names traversed.
- introduce Type=pid-file
- ExecOnFailure=/usr/bin/foo
- introduce mix of BindTo and Requisite
- add a concept of RemainAfterExit= to scope units
- Set NoNewPrivileges= on all of our own services, where that makes sense
- Allow multiple ExecStart= for all Type= settings, so that we can cover rescue.service nicely
- consider adding RuntimeDirectoryUser= + RuntimeDirectoryGroup=
* systemd-python:
- figure out a simple way to wait for journal events in a way that
works with ^C
@ -880,8 +794,25 @@ Features:
- add Scope= parsing option for [Network]
- properly handle routerless dhcp leases
- add more attribute support for SIT tunnel
- work with non-ethernet devices
- work with non-Ethernet devices
- add support for more bond options
- dhcp: do we allow configuring dhcp routes on interfaces that are not the one we got the dhcp info from?
- add LLDP client side support
- the DHCP lease data (such as NTP/DNS) is still made available when
a carrier is lost on a link. It should be removed instantly.
- expose in the API the following bits:
- option 15, domain name and/or option 119, search list
- option 12, host name and/or option 81, fqdn
- option 123, 144, geolocation
- option 252, configure http proxy (PAC/wpad)
- provide a way to define a per-network interface default metric value
for all routes to it. possibly a second default for DHCP routes.
- allow Name= to be specified repeatedly in the [Match] section. Maybe also
support Name=foo*|bar*|baz ?
- duplicate address check for static IPs (like ARPCHECK in network-scripts)
- allow DUID/IAID to be customized, see issue #394.
- support configuration option for TSO (tcp segmentation offload)
- whenever uplink info changes, make DHCP server send out FORCERENEW
* networkd-wait-online:
- make operstates to wait for configurable?
@ -919,12 +850,8 @@ External:
* drop accountsservice's StandardOutput=syslog and Type=dbus fields
* dbus upstream still refers to dbus.target and should not
* dbus: in fedora, make /var/lib/dbus/machine-id a symlink to /etc/machine-id
* add "# export SYSTEMD_PAGER=" to bash login
* /usr/bin/service should actually show the new command line
* fedora: suggest auto-restart on failure, but not on success and not on coredump. also, ask people to think about changing the start limit logic. Also point people to RestartPreventExitStatus=, SuccessExitStatus=
@ -957,7 +884,3 @@ Regularly:
* use secure_getenv() instead of getenv() where appropriate
* link up selected blog stories from man pages and unit files Documentation= fields
Scheduled for removal or fixing:
* xxxOverridable dependencies (probably: fix)

30
autogen.sh

@ -28,7 +28,37 @@ cd $topdir
# chmod +x .git/hooks/pre-commit && \
# echo "Activated pre-commit hook." || :
#fi
intltoolize --force --automake
autoreconf --force --install --symlink
libdir() {
echo $(cd "$1/$(gcc -print-multi-os-directory)"; pwd)
}
args="\
--sysconfdir=/etc \
--localstatedir=/var \
--libdir=$(libdir /usr/lib) \
"
if [ -f "$topdir/.config.args" ]; then
args="$args $(cat $topdir/.config.args)"
fi
if [ ! -L /bin ]; then
args="$args \
--with-rootprefix=/ \
--with-rootlibdir=$(libdir /lib) \
"
fi
cd $oldpwd
echo
echo "----------------------------------------------------------------"
echo "Initialized build system. For a common configuration please run:"
echo "----------------------------------------------------------------"
echo
echo "$topdir/configure CFLAGS='-g -O0 -ftrapv' --enable-kdbus $args"
echo

2
configure.ac

@ -20,7 +20,7 @@
AC_PREREQ([2.64])
AC_INIT([elogind],
[227.4],
[228],
[https://github.com/elogind/elogind/issues],
[elogind],
[https://github.com/elogind/elogind])

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