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posted 2017-11-12 11:34:18 +0200

[SailfishX] journalctl outputs error: Bad message

Executing "journaltl" in terminal as root prints: "Error was encountered while opening journal files: Bad message". On SailfishX 2.1.3.5 . Is there any diagnostics app to test phones RAM? I want to know if the journal files are corrupted because faulty RAM or is there any official statement that journalctl isn't working properly on SailfishX? On Jolla1 2.1.2.3 it seems to be working. Have not tested setting "Storage=persistent" because there's something I want to check from the current journal if it's possible.

[SailfishX] journalctl outputs error: Bad message

Executing "journaltl" "journalctl" in terminal as root prints: "Error was encountered while opening journal files: Bad message". On SailfishX 2.1.3.5 . Is there any diagnostics app to test phones RAM? I want to know if the journal files are corrupted because faulty RAM or is there any official statement that journalctl isn't working properly on SailfishX? On Jolla1 2.1.2.3 it seems to be working. Have not tested setting "Storage=persistent" because there's something I want to check from the current journal if it's possible.

[SailfishX] journalctl outputs error: Bad message

Executing "journalctl" in terminal as root prints: "Error was encountered while opening journal files: Bad message". On SailfishX 2.1.3.5 . Is there any diagnostics app to test phones RAM? I want to know if the journal files are corrupted because faulty RAM or is there any official statement that journalctl isn't working properly on SailfishX? On Jolla1 2.1.2.3 it seems to be working. Have not tested setting "Storage=persistent" because there's something I want to check from the current journal if it's possible.

[SailfishX] journalctl outputs error: Bad message

Executing "journalctl" in terminal as root prints: "Error was encountered while opening journal files: Bad message". On SailfishX 2.1.3.5 . Is there any diagnostics app to test phones RAM? I want to know if the journal files are corrupted because faulty RAM or is there any official statement that journalctl isn't working properly on SailfishX? On Jolla1 2.1.2.3 it seems to be working. Have not tested setting "Storage=persistent" because there's something I want to check from the current journal if it's possible.

Edit: After reboot journalctl seems to be working. Tested "Storage=persistent" and seemed to work too. Couldn't check what I wanted but can't wait forever. Still don't know what the error message was all about.