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Revision as of 21:05, 26 January 2015

This is a document to help system administrators who need to understand what commands in systemd replace their old workflow in sysvinit. If you want general information on systemd, refer to systemd.

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Note on 'service' and 'chkconfig' commands
The 'service' and 'chkconfig' commands will mostly continue to work as expected in the systemd world, this guide is how to use the native systemctl replacements.

Commands

Note that all recent versions of systemctl assume the '.service' if left off. So, 'systemctl start frobozz.service' is the same as 'systemctl start frobozz'

Yum Command DNF Command Notes
yum install dnf install Install packages

Plugins

Yum Plugin DNF Plugin Notes
yum copr ([yum-plugin-copr]) dnf copr
yum playground ([yum-plugin-copr]) dnf playground