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Service managers are a fundamental part of Linux distributions — and, more generally, of Unix systems. Unfortunately, for such a critical piece of infrastructure, the offer is lacking. There is no service manager that performs all the duties users can expect from it while being flexible enough to address multiple use cases, including dynamic network management, usability in containers, and usability in musl-based distributions.

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