Re: Bug#727708: Fsck SystemD and its developers and its users. GR to override this please.
You can tell it to do that, yes. You can also set it to forward them to
rsyslog without storing anything. Or both.
Read http://man7.org/linux/man-pages/man5/journald.conf.5.html and be
OK, it's good they've added "none" option at least... It wasn't there in
the initial journal design document.
So, if the storage is disabled, journalctl, systemctl status and other
systemd parts that query journal just see an empty result? I.e. everything
looks like you just run syslog, only messages sent from systemd get to it
through journal, not directly?
Do some messages get lost in that case, for examples the ones logged
before rsyslog is started? Or are they forwarded to kernel log buffer?
With best regards,