lennart at poettering.net
Wed Mar 21 19:18:47 PDT 2012
On Wed, 21.03.12 20:47, David Lambert (dave at lambsys.com) wrote:
> I am still having problems with being unable to control the growth
> the systemd journal log files, despite various attempts at imposing
> limits in systemd-journald.conf (attached). As I am running on an
> extremely resource limited embedded system, I would like to know if
> there is any other way to control or disable systemd-journal.
This is the only option you should use (assuming you want volatile
logging only), leave all others commented. If you want persistant
logging use SystemMaxUse=1M instead and create the dir
Also, you need v44 for this to work correctly.
There's currently no way to turn off journald entirely, but it's on the
TODO list. When that's done you can tell journald to output to kmsg (via
systemd_journal.forward_to_kmsg=yes on the kernel cmdline) and turn both
the volatile and the persistant journal files off.
Lennart Poettering - Red Hat, Inc.
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