CompTIA Linux+ Practice test question 2 for exam LX0-103 and LX0-104
Systemd and Upstart are event based init systems. What are the two advantages of this method of initialization? (Choose two)
Improved account security
It allows on-the-fly detection of changes
It follows a linear boot process
It is Windows compatible
The boot sequence is faster
The correct answer is at the very bottom of the page.
Traditionally Linux systems have used a system initialization process from the UNIX SysV standard. However, as of late several Linux distributions have adopted the Systemd system initialization process. Systemd is completely compatible with the UNIX SysV standard but also implements new features for managing all system devices, including Linux kernel modules, daemons, and network sockets.
Linux+ Exam Objective: Topic 101: System Architecture, Sub-Objective: 101.2 Boot the system
Correct Answer: “It allows on-the-fly detection of changes” and “The boot sequence is faster”