get systemd journal entries on web interface.

Just in case you need it, you can get the journalctl entries from systemd in the web page.

First install :

yum install systemd-journal-gateway

Once you have done this you can get the journal entries with wget as well with

wget http://localhost:19531/entries

or if you prefer, you can browse with a browser at http://localhost:19531/. It has a nice little interface for browsing the entries, nothing too fancy but just sufficient.

 

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systemadm – simpler way to manage the service files for systemd

Once the systemd unit and service files have come into being, understanding of the system services have changed a little bit and it might require some time to understand the cli tools for managing these services and units. That being the case, systemadm comes to rescue. This is a simple tool which :

Graphical front-end for systemd.

For installation :

sudo yum install systemd-gtk

And here’s a screenshot::

systemadm
systemadm
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Upgrade to Fedora 13 from your existing version using yum.

Well. this time it seems to be very simple :

yum –releasever=13 upgrade

update 22/April/2010:
The key file will not be there so there are two options for you in this case:
1) Install the following rpms from the downloaded rpms with \”yum –nogpg localinstall\”
a) fedora-release
b) fedora-release-notes
2) Run the whole upgrade with –nogpg option.

Issue observed after the upgrade:
The new kernel was not added in the grub menu and I had to manually add the below entry in the menu.lst file:

title Fedora (2.6.33.1-24.fc13.i686.PAE)
root (hd0,11)
kernel /boot/vmlinuz-2.6.33.1-24.fc13.i686.PAE ro root=UUID=f832d6ce-dad3-4af9-9ef1-aac950f8284c rhgb quiet SYSFONT=latarcyrheb-sun16 LANG=en_US.UTF-8 KEYTABLE=us init=/sbin/bootchartd

Because of this I was not able to start the X server until I restarted the system with the entry in place and selecting this in the GRUB menu.

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