journald is the only problem

Story: systemd: The Biggest MythsTotal Replies: 2
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Jan 27, 2013
5:58 AM EDT
We can't switch it off permanently, it gets started again at some point. The ability to disable journald was on the todo list one year ago, but it is still mandatory. It's binary format is the problem, we can't read it with simpe tools . Why would I disable it ? Because I don't know what it can write that I can't read.

Jan 27, 2013
4:50 PM EDT
Have you tried "chmod -x"? And if it's on an ext2/3/4 FS, "chattr +i" to lock it into place.

Jan 28, 2013
3:02 AM EDT

I did not even try after viewing this thread :

journald seems to be a backbone to systemd.

Even using 'none' as storage, it still writes its own journal.

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