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Re: why jessie is quick at boot/shutdown

This was meant to go to debian-user, not debian-devel.

Am 08.10.2015 um 15:48 schrieb Michael Biebl:
> Am 08.10.2015 um 13:08 schrieb Riley Baird:
>>> "bootlogd - daemon to log boot messages"
>>> Bootlogd may or may not be default installed on various systems. Just
>>> for funnsies, running the command "dpkg -s bootlogd" reflects it's NOT
>>> on my extremely basic (homegrown) debootstrap copy.
>>> Hope this helps someone somewhere.. :)
>> Thanks! This is a much more useful answer; I had assumed that it was
>> a limitation in the init system. I'll try to enable bootlogd now. :)
> bootlogd is a hack and does not work properly under sysvinit and not at
> all under systemd. It should not be used. There is a reason why it is no
> longer installed by default.
> If you want to see the boot messages, you can use journalctl to inspect
> them after you booted.
> If you want to see the boot messages *during* boot, remove the "quiet"
> flag from the kernel command line or set or set one of the systemd.*
> parameters like systemd.show_status=, systemd.log_level= etc.
> See man kernel-command-line.

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