logrotate(8) and copytruncate as default

Bill Nottingham notting at redhat.com
Fri Jun 28 18:30:52 UTC 2013

Zbigniew Jędrzejewski-Szmek (zbyszek at in.waw.pl) said: 
> Splitting is controlled by SplitMode=
>   Controls whether to split up journal files per user. One of "login",
>   "uid" and "none". If "login" each logged in user will get his own
>   journal files, but systemd user IDs will log into the system
>   journal. If "uid" any user ID will get his own journal files
>   regardless whether it belongs to a system service or refers to a
>   real logged in user. If "none" journal files are not split up
>   per-user and all messages are stored in the single system journal. [1]
> I guess this could be sanely extended to split the logs for some services
> out even more.

Presumably you'd want to do them by either service name or by slice?


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