Reply to post: Re: fscking BINARY LOGS.

You love Systemd – you just don't know it yet, wink Red Hat bods


Re: fscking BINARY LOGS.

"systemd works just fine with regular syslog-ng, without journald (that's the thing that has binary logs) in sight"

Journald can't be switched off, only redirected to /dev/null. It still generates binary log data (which has caused me at least one system hang due to the absurd amount of data it was generating on a system that was otherwise functioning correctly) and consumes system resources. That isn't my idea of "works just fine".

""I have no clue what I'm talking about or what's a robust solution but dear god, that won't stop me!" – why is it that all the people complaining about journald sound like that?"

Nice straw man. Most of the complaints I've seen have been from experienced people who do know what they're talking about.

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