Am 26.12.2011 07:41, schrieb Claudio Freire:
2) Ability to
write and read logs faster then before.
Speed is not an issue.
I've processed gigabytes of text logs quickly enough when doing forensics.
If you've really ever done real forensics, you'd probably value signed
tamper-proof log entries.
 human readable is not about character set,
it's about words. Human
readable means an alphanumeric representation that can be easily
understood by a human without software aids (other than display).
I really want to see someone read /var/log/messages without software
aid. I cannot.
And there is no reason why "less" will not gain the ability to read
journal entries, just like it is able to read messages.gz.
"Dispatch war rocket Ajax to bring back his body!"
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