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CentOS 5.3: where are boot logs stored?

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Hello experts,

Where are boot logs stored?

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try

/var/log/messages
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You can also try /var/log/boot.log
(see /etc/syslog.conf, commented "Save boot messages also to boot.log")
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thank you experts...
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Welcome
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:)
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