--On Thursday, March 12, 2020 12:35 AM +0000 Howard Chu <hyc(a)symas.com>
> Not only does stdout allow you to use native tools such as
> or `kubectl` out of the box, log aggregation is a completely solved
> problem in this workflow and is trivial to implement.
> That being said, persisting logs to disk in a binary format has its
> merits. Personally, I don't think plain text logs scale all that well.
Plaintext logs scale horribly. When you have servers processing hundreds
of thousands to millions of queries/sec, you have to rotate log files
pretty frequently otherwise your disks get filled.
The issue I found, at least with journald, is it deadlocks when subjected
to millions of queries/sec environments.
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