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#1 2016-02-12 12:17:59

eric
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Finally, they open their eyes


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#2 2016-02-13 02:36:26

replabrobin
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Re: Finally, they open their eyes

Interesting that @poettering uses the "I don't want extraneous functionality in journald" argument whereas everywhere else extra functionality is being absorbed into systemd on the ground that it makes sense. As others have said this is all political and when eventually the kernel is borged into systemd we'll be back with a monolithic opaque system with systemd priests to tell us how lucky we are.

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#3 2016-02-13 02:42:37

Mr Green
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Re: Finally, they open their eyes

[mrgreen@arch journal]$ pwd
/var/log/journal
[mrgreen@arch journal]$ ls
5234389465654e75a2a8e6eef780de13  remote
[mrgreen@arch journal]$ du -h
4.0K	./remote
233M	./5234389465654e75a2a8e6eef780de13
233M	.

Systemd does log a hell of lot!


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#4 2016-02-14 11:47:32

pablokal
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Re: Finally, they open their eyes

we'll be back with a monolithic opaque system with systemd priests to tell us how lucky we are.

This is exactly the result; the crux of the matter;wasn't that what we abhorred in windows  or ios? Back  to lack of control.


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