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Re: [Taler] Systemd and logging

From: Christian Grothoff
Subject: Re: [Taler] Systemd and logging
Date: Tue, 12 Apr 2022 21:01:38 +0200
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Hi Samuel,

MS is right for our deployment-scripts. However, if you take the Debian packages we produce, there we _do_ already log to journalctl. So the software can do both -- and the default is stderr-logging.

Sebastian said he'd look into managing the services with a slice

Happy hacking!


On 3/27/22 21:51, ms wrote:
Hi Samuel,

On 3/27/22 4:42 PM, Samuel Jahnke wrote:

Furthermore, if services logged to stdout, it would be superior in my opinion managing them with journalctl rather than log files.
This way, if something unobvious goes wrong during the 'prepare'
step, you are required to search in *two* different places to find the
logs: the log files folder - where the logs from command line utilities
get saved - and journalctl for the services.

Again, awesome project!
Thank you!

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