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- mounts might take time, need to be executed asynchronously in a forked process?

- need gc for active jobs that nothing cares for

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- need gc for units that are not referenced anymore
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- refreshing of units (i.e. reload config files)
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- dbusification

- cgroupsification

- udev hookup

- snapshot system

- hookup with battery status, suspend/resume

- add a job mode which shuts everything down but what is requested

- implement priv dropping

- allow to disable priv dropping for hook scripts from fragment

- implement timer

- implement mount/automount

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- more process attributes: cpu affinity, cpu scheduling
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- create session/pgroup for child processes? handle input on console properly? interactive fsck? interactive luks password?
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- fs namespaces

- templating/instances

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- verify fragment data after loading: refuse cycles on yourself, service units contradicting, more than one Start executable, ...
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- automatically delete stale unix sockets
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- .socket needs to be notified not only by .service state changes, but also unsuccessful start jobs
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- we probably cannot use glibc's syslog() for logging, since it
  presumably uses the logging socket in blocking mode which might
  trigger a deadlock if syslog does not process the socket anymore
  (maybe because it is restarted) and the socket buffer is full.
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- in udev/mount if properties change we need to delete the old
  settings and install the new settings. Deleting the old settings is
  currently missing.

- ability to kill services? i.e. in contrast to stopping them, go directly
  into killing mode?