I reported this against systemd-222-10.fc23.x86_64, but it's been a
problem for longer than that, and it's still a problem in


The gist is that -b switch works for a while, but then at some point
it breaks and from that point it doesn't ever work again. By "doesn't
work" I mean, the results are incomplete (dozen lines instead of
thousands) and the wrong date (wrong boot entirely).

Meanwhile --since works fine, it's just a bit tedious to get back to a
previous boot because I have to --list-boots first, and then
copy/paste a date+time for --since.

I have no idea what breaks -b function, I'd guess it has something to
do with inevitable journal file corruption and the -b code is getting
confused where --since doesn't?

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