Re: Where do shutdown log messages go?
I asked the same question about a shutdown log when the second 2.6.34 kernel came into rawhide a while back and the computer would hang during shutdown. I was able to see something in the scroll, but wasn't fast enough to read the info before it disappeared. I remember in Debian, the boot.log would contain all of the boot scroll, I liked when it was verbose, it helped with diagnosis. As far as the shutdown scroll, having access to a log would be helpful, but I never found out how to enable it/access it/find it.
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