[CentOS] Need to Understand booting process of CENTOS-7

Tue Sep 30 20:25:41 UTC 2014
Gary Greene <ggreene at minervanetworks.com>

On Sep 30, 2014, at 1:16 PM, Ned Slider <ned at unixmail.co.uk> wrote:
> On 30/09/14 20:39, Digimer wrote:
>> On 30/09/14 03:33 PM, Ned Slider wrote:
>>> On 30/09/14 18:24, keshab mahapatra wrote:
>>>> Team,
>>>> could some help me understand the booting process of CENTOS-7
>>>> I need to have constructive material where i could able present a
>>>> presentation on booting process of CENTOS-7
>>>> With Thanks & Regards,
>>>> Keshaba Mahapatra
>>>> Sr.Technical Consultant
>>> How about I do your presentation for you and you pay me your salary!
>>> I mean, seriously - according to your signature you are a Senior
>>> Technical Consultant. Surely you can read the technical notes / product
>>> manual provided by upstream, or if that does not contain enough in depth
>>> material then man pages and google should be able to fill in the blanks
>>> for you. At the very least I would expect a Senior Technical Consultant
>>> to be able to research such things by himself and not post nonsense
>>> questions to a public mailing list.
>>> Jeez, and it's only Tuesday :-D
>> That was a little rude, don't you think?
> A little harsh maybe, but not rude. I didn't swear and I didn't
> personally insult. I simply called it as I saw it. But I take your point.
> It was the "Senior" part of the job title that set me off. IMHO the
> level of questioning didn't in any way match up with the level of
> professionalism inferred by the job title. To me it read more like a
> grad student asking the list to do their latest assignment for them.

Especially since 99% of what they need to know is still valid from the TLDP’s Boot to Bash book. The only difference is that instead of SysV init taking over after the initrd, SystemD takes over, which, while sufficiently different from SysV init, is _well_ documented.

Gary L. Greene, Jr.
Sr. Systems Administrator
IT Operations,
Minerva Networks, Inc.