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The "Runtime" messages are about journald working in initramfs before root is mounted. So nothing unusual in that.

A problem is that you seem to be running some kind of OS containers version of F21 on top of a Linode, Debian host OS (see the kernel messages). Perhaps "/var/log/journal/<uuid>/*" isn't persistent ? Try to see if ordinary files in that place survive a reboot.

So check this out with Linode before filing a bug for F21.

The "Runtime" messages are about journald working in initramfs before root is mounted. So nothing unusual in that.

A problem is that you seem to be running some kind of OS containers version of F21 on top of a Linode, Debian host OS (see the kernel messages). Perhaps "/var/log/journal/<uuid>/*" "/var/log/journal/id-number/*" isn't persistent ? Try to see if ordinary files in that place survive a reboot.

So check this out with Linode before filing a bug for F21.

The "Runtime" messages are about journald working in initramfs before root is mounted. So nothing unusual in that.

A problem is that you seem to be running some kind of OS containers version of F21 on top of a Linode, Debian host OS (see the kernel messages). Perhaps "/var/log/journal/id-number/*" "/var/log/journal/(id-number)/" isn't persistent ? Try to see if ordinary files in that place survive a reboot.

So check this out with Linode before filing a bug for F21.