journald is part of systemd and responsible for collecting system logs

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How to determine a log's source process spawned from a systemd service?

I have a systemd service which starts multiple 3rd-party processes which output to standard output. Is there anyway to easily determine which logs are from specific process from the system journal? ...
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clamd randomly stops

I am using clamav in conjuction with c-icap to filter content with squid. I am also using the safebrowsing functionality of clamav to block access to bad domains. For some reason or another, clamav ...
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How to clear journalctl

I couldn't find in google any safe way to clear systemd journal. Do anyone know any safe and reliable way to do so? Added: As a reason, let's say I was experimenting with something and my logs got ...
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How to get access to the root journal for systemd?

When I execute journalctl -f -a under Fedora 20 for different users I get different results. For root I get something similar to tail -f /var/log/syslog on older systems. As normal user I get ...
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journalctl process groups

I recently tried setting up the ChrootDirectory property in sshd_config and ran into the ownership problems for chroot targets. After i have fixed the problem i noticed that syslog-ng had created log ...
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Suggestions to debug missing kernel messages from systemd journal

I have recently been playing around with a new freescale i.mx6 system. I have installed archlinuxarm on it. Strangely, all kernel messages are missing from the journal. $ sudo journalctl -k -- ...
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Log every command typed in any shell: output (from logger function to syslog-ng/journald) contains duplicate entries for commands?

I installed syslog-ng to use on my desktop (Gentoo 64bit, upgraded to systemd i.e. was OpenRC before, with Openbox and Slim only) with my normal user to log all commands I type in the shell (bash ...
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Where does `logger` log its messages to in Arch Linux?

The logger command logs an entry via syslog, which usually puts that line to some file like /var/log/messages. If I understand the documentation correctly in Arch Linux all the logging is done ...
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journalctl --verify reports corruption

I just noticed this verify option for journalctl and decided to give it a go, it's showing corruption, what might cause that? and what if anything should I do about it? should I investigate further? ...
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smartd custom logfile on systemd + journald based system

An excerpt from smartd manpage reads: -l FACILITY, --logfacility=FACILITY Uses syslog facility FACILITY to log the messages from smartd. Here FACILITY is one of local0, local1, ..., local7, or ...
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Debugging lock-up - systemd loses my logs

Ever since I have "upgraded" to systemd on Arch Linux, I keep losing logs when an unexpected lockup happens. I hit the same log-losing issue one month ago and just hit the issue again. There are also ...