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Too many systemd: Created slice !

Installing the recent linux version seems to come with a default setting of flooding the /var/log/messages with entirely annoying duplicitous messages like:

 systemd: Created slice user-0.slice.
systemd: Starting Session 1013 of user root.
systemd: Started Session 1013 of user root.
systemd: Created slice user-0.slice.
systemd: Starting Session 1014 of user root.
systemd: Started Session 1014 of user root.

Here is how I got rid of these:

vi /etc/systemd/system.conf

And then uncomment LogLevel and make it: LogLevel=notice

Then:

systemctl restart rsyslog
systemd-analyze set-log-level notice

 

One Response to “Too many systemd: Created slice !”

  • Ryan says:

    Hey! I read your blog! :) Thanks for the tip. Many sites recommend setting up a syslog filter, which is problematic for several reasons. Simply setting the right loglevel is a much better choice.

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