Can i disable systemd-coredmp?

Is it possible to disable the systemd-coredmp ?
Because it records a lot of minor errors with a long verbose

Take a look here:

I don’t see this as an issue:

The core dump files stored in /var/lib/systemd/coredump/ will be automatically cleaned by systemd-tmpfiles --clean, which is triggered daily with systemd-tmpfiles-clean.timer. 
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That’s Linux for you - verbose. It tells you of any possible problems. Since, as @jrichard326 mentioned, it gets cleaned daily, there shouldn’t be a problem.

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The errors of this service are too long. If necessary, yes, it must be activated

Are you saying you see a lot of core dumps?
Disabling the service won’t magically fix them - core dumps are generated when programs are not working correctly and crash.
Post exmaples of those “minor errors” please.


Like everyone above said, you shouldn’t worry about the verbosity unless you are concerned about ssd lifespan. If that’s the case, you can set Storage=none and ProcessSizeMax=0 which disables all coredump handling except for a log entry.

sudo mkdir -p /etc/systemd/coredump.conf.d
sudo nano /etc/systemd/coredump.conf.d/custom.conf

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