I downloaded systemd yesterday and installed it on my Archlinux. I am planning to implement a pure systemd but systemd-arch-units package isn't ready in the repositories yet.
I have to create the native systemd configuration files for the daemons/services I have.
In the meantime, systemd is still using initscripts by Archlinux. They still work right now.
Update: boot time is considerably lower using systemd than sysv. I am still using archlinux initscripts with systemd though.
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