Configuring system logging without journald

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux offers two logging solutions - systemd-journald and rsyslog - which can coexist in default configurations. For performance-critical use cases, data throughput and memory consumption of this setup are not optimal.

You can choose to run rsyslog in the socket-only mode to mitigate this. This way has performance benefits, however, it includes losing journald formatt...

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