Re: /var/log/messages

Begs the question: Has this no-logging become a new default, or just a

Rahul Sundaram:

Well, that seems to suggest that the new default is not to log.

"The rule for migration to systemd is to "start-over fresh" with default
start and stop policy from the new package, and not to migrate what the
user had previously configured."

So, whatever you had set up beforehand is ignored, and the new default
is implemented. Not logging, by default, doesn't seem a good idea.

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