That is is good for speed, but not good if you are in need of running something in open SUSE as root when the system is restarted.
In my case I was trying to run some Virtual Box mount commands in a VM running open SUSE 12.3 and could not get them to work properly.
I have found out that in open SUSE 12.3, some startup scripts do not operate due to the usage of systemd.
systemd really speeds up system startup by running the many startup processes in parallel and avoids the usage of shell scripts altogether.
They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own.
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As Stephan Kulow announced recently open SUSE 11.2 is now build in a separate project and open SUSE Factory contains changes that will not go into open SUSE 11.2.