What's up, folks!
Here is a tip, if you do not like growing
log/test.log (this can be huge sometimes), you can reconfigure it
for syslog since override patch  was merged. It is possible also to
change the pattern completely to something shorter to save terminal
I like to redirect everything into syslog, because I use
systemd-journald in memory only mode, which is convenient. I can still
use logs during development or testing if I need to. Saves a lot of
SSD writes, it's faster.
:logging: :development: :type: syslog :pattern: "[%c|%.1l] %m\n" :test: :type: syslog :pattern: "[%c|%.1l] %m\n" :level: debug
Here is the systemd-journald configuration for the record:
$ grep -v ^# /etc/systemd/journald.conf [Journal] Storage=volatile Seal=no RuntimeMaxUse=20M ForwardToSyslog=no ForwardToKMsg=no ForwardToConsole=no