[nSLUG] Systemd log file showing boot up

francis picabia fpicabia at gmail.com
Mon Jan 23 20:17:57 AST 2017


On Mon, Jan 23, 2017 at 2:32 PM, francis picabia <fpicabia at gmail.com> wrote:

>
> I notice with systemd, at least on Debian, there is no more dmesg file.
> The log files messages and syslog don't show the old message with the
> kernel version announcing the system is coming up.  This was once
> a way to see when the system was rebooted last or went down
> hard.  What are people looking at for equivalent logging info
> on that these days?
>
>
> I've heard the answer is kern.log, but if the log has rolled, which it
would
in a month or more by default, one could have nothing in /var/log showing
when the
system booted up.  I liked it better when the kernel was announced
in syslog by default.
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