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Why is SystemMaxFileSize in journald.conf not being honoured?

I have the following settings in journald.conf SystemMaxUse=100M #SystemKeepFree= SystemMaxFileSize=10M According to the documentation, SystemMaxUse controls how much disk space the journal may use ...
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Can I automate emailing of critical errors with systemd journal?

Fedora OS introduces journalctl as the new way to log error messages. I learn about this recently when I performed an upgrade. var/log/messages and many other log files are now combined into a ...
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Hosting Requirement for an Online Journal and Advice [duplicate]

I am developing an application that will collect journals from academicians, review it, and publish it on the site for the world to see. There would also be a blog, forum, and some form of social ...
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SBS 2003 no network connection and acting strangely a bunch of Event ID 13568

I've got an SBS 2003 Standard server and it was running fine until earlier today when it was rebooted, after the reboot it has no network connection, I can't seem to right click on a lot of stuff and ...
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RHEL - blocked FC remote port time out: saving binding

My Server went into a faulty state since the database could not write on the partition. I found out that the partition went into Read Only mode. Finally to fix it, I had to do a hard reboot. Linux ...
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DDNS Not Creating Journal (Dhcpd and Named)

* EDIT 1 * After monkeying with additional debug logging I see some log entries of interest. 27-Jul-2012 23:45:26.537 general: error: zone example.lan/IN/internal: journal rollforward failed: no more ...
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NVRAM for journals on Linux?

I've been thinking about ways of speeding up disk I/O, and one of the bottlenecks I keep coming back to is the journal. There's an obvious benefit to using an SSD for the journal - over and above just ...