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syntax checker
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Johannes Köhler
2021-05-22 12:03:14 UTC
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much valued maintainers of systemd!

about myself and my network appearance youll
find appended... + on(e)of(f) my acronyms is kefko

I am using systemd since it was included within
ARCH Linux...

= QUESTION =

Like i understood - the principle by systemd is using
configuration files works like "first come first serve".
Means, when a keyword matched other keywords will get
ignored.

Is there something like a "syntax checker tool" to
generate a summary of the overhead, errors, dependencies
etc., before running the daemon into the new configuration
setting...

sincerely and thx
- kefko

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Lennart Poettering
2021-06-01 12:47:57 UTC
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Post by Johannes Köhler
much valued maintainers of systemd!
about myself and my network appearance youll
find appended... + on(e)of(f) my acronyms is kefko
I am using systemd since it was included within
ARCH Linux...
= QUESTION =
Like i understood - the principle by systemd is using
configuration files works like "first come first serve".
Means, when a keyword matched other keywords will get
ignored.
Is there something like a "syntax checker tool" to
generate a summary of the overhead, errors, dependencies
etc., before running the daemon into the new configuration
setting...
"systemd-analyze verify"


Lennart

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Johannes Köhler
2021-06-02 11:10:15 UTC
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Subject: Re: [systemd-devel] syntax checker
Date: Wed, 2 Jun 2021 13:09:16 +0200
Post by Lennart Poettering
[...]
Post by Johannes Köhler
Is there something like a "syntax checker tool" to
generate a summary of the overhead, errors, dependencies
etc., before running the daemon into the new configuration
setting...
"systemd-analyze verify"
THX!

_quickly_

Currently, iam searching for documentation about using the
systemd journal (instead of kmesg, syslog etc.) in a
volatile manner. In presise, i want to connect journalctl
to /var/run/log ramfs...

Maybe there is a bored systemd admin on this sunny day
(germany/europe), with some hands free on the keyboard.
But yes of course, i stick deeply into google, also :)

greety kefko
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Mantas Mikulėnas
2021-06-02 10:26:36 UTC
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On Wed, Jun 2, 2021 at 12:10 PM Johannes Köhler <
Post by Johannes Köhler
Currently, iam searching for documentation about using the
systemd journal (instead of kmesg, syslog etc.) in a
volatile manner. In presise, i want to connect journalctl
to /var/run/log ramfs...
That's already the default if /var/log doesn't exist. To ensure /run is
always used, you should set "Storage=volatile" in journald.conf.
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