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Re: Debian Buster release to partially drop non-systemd support

Is this advocacy subthread really useful ?  If we have bugs to report
in systemd stuff we should report them in the BTS, not debate them on

Adam Borowski writes ("Re: Debian Buster release to partially drop non-systemd support"):
> On Tue, Oct 16, 2018 at 08:38:06PM +0200, Bastian Blank wrote:
> > But in the case of degraded RAID the system _is_ already broken.  How
> > does a non-event-driven solution work for it?
> 1. MD timeouts then proceeds
> 2. btrfs stops unless -odegraded is given

But, I did want to provide a data point here.

chiark runs sysvinit and recently had a disk failure.  This all worked
as I expected (apart from that I encountered a bug in mdadm related to
the write-mostly flag).  I deliberately pass --no-degraded but I have
no doubt that if I hadn't it would have just booted with the remaining
working disk.