🧙 Lucian Marin I wrote my first ever init.d script. Now I can simply do: sudo service sublevel restart and magic happens. I enabled it using systemd instead of update-rc.d method. I can enjoy the best of both worlds: simplicity of bash and power of systemctl.
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Mark Dain Not sure I follow you; systemd has unit files where you can setup what you want it to do. Do they not cover your needs? To me, one point of systemd was you never needed to write bash scripts again
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🧙 Lucian Marin Deploying Gunicorn using Systemd (docs.gunicorn.org/...) is complicated and I couldn't get it to run. The SysV (bash) script does a better job simpler.
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