A solution that is more compatible with the legacy init system is InitNG. This project aims to create a next-generation init system (according to the website; see http://www.initng .org/). One of the features of InitNG is that it allows you to configure dependencies between services and lets them start asynchronously, which decreases the time needed for system startup.
Another approach to service management is upstart, which is being developed for Ubuntu Linux (but, of course, could also be used on other distributions). upstart is unique in the sense that it uses events to start and stop services.
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