[CentOS] DOS line ends on /var/log/boot.log on CentOS 6.7 ?

Fri May 20 21:27:14 UTC 2016
Kay Schenk <kay.schenk at gmail.com>

On 05/19/2016 09:56 AM, Kay Schenk wrote:
> Hello all --
> Recently, I'm seeing DOS line ends, ^M, on my /var/log/boot.log file.
> Honestly, I don't check this very often so I can't say exactly when this
> occurred. Is this just MY experience or are others seeing this also.
> Additionally, boot/log seems very sparse. Is an old issue still in force
> on this?
> https://www.centos.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=17313
> ​Should I get the updated script from CentOS Plus?
> Thanks for any help.
> --

Hello again, list.

Please disregard this for the time being. I got a personal response that 
pointed out the doing a cat on boot.log produced a specific correct 
format whereis I was used to using my gui editor to display log files. 
Using the "log viewer" utility also shows these non-unix line ending 
which I found annoying.

For those who are interested in additional boot.log settings, I found 
this page:


from the old deployment guide but I'm sure these en variables are the 
same now -- well at least in the 6.x series.


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