[CentOS] systemd-journald corruption
linux at cmadams.net
Thu Apr 28 01:46:09 UTC 2016
Once upon a time, Chris Murphy <lists at colorremedies.com> said:
> Also I wonder if merely restarting the journal daemon solves it:
> systemctl restart systemd-journald
> What should happen is it realizes its own logs are corrupt and ignores
> them, and starts working on new copies. And journalctl should still
> try to read the old ones but skips the corrupt entries.
I tried that and it didn't work (at least not every time). I had to
actually remove the journal file to get it functional again.
So far, turning off the compression appears to have worked (but I'll
have to watch it for a day or two to really see).
Chris Adams <linux at cmadams.net>
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