David Herrmann recently announced the release of systemd 228. Systemd 228 comes with several new properties updates. Notable features includes various memory-related resource limit settings (such as LimitAS=) now understand the usual K, M, G. Behaviour of networkd’s IPForward= option changed (again). It will no longer maintain a per-interface setting, but propagate one way from interfaces where this is enabled to the global kernel setting.
systemd-detect-virt gained a new –chroot switch to detect whether execution takes place in a chroot() environment. * CPUAffinity= now takes CPU index ranges in addition to individual indexes
Slice units may now be created transiently via the bus APIs, similar to the way service and scope units may already be created transiently.