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BootCKCL.etl file size & Session “Circular Kernel Context Logger” stopped due to the following error: 0xC0000188

I have a few regular / re-occurring errors in my event viewer which seem to be linked to logging upon boot and shutdown. I am running Windows 8 x64 professional. Event ID 4: The maximum file ...
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Are timestamps available for system log entries on OS X?

Busy troubleshooting the cause of a slow startup sequence on OS X. It hangs for about 10 minutes at one point, and thus the ability to see where this occurs, would be super useful.
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dmesg.log on Mac OS X

Mac OS X does not seem to dump the exact output of dmesg to a file. I need to log the dump of dmesg to the disk. kernel.log and system.log do not contain the required information. Only output of ...
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Enabled boot logging option in Win XP doesn't produce ntbtlog.txt file

I have tried enabling the boot logging option for Windows XP Pro using the F8 and also boot.ini method, but it does not seem to be creating the expected ntbtlog.txt file. I'm doing this to help me ...
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How can I do boot logging on Windows XP?

Where can I find a step-by-step boot log of my Windows XP machine? I'm looking for something akin to the boot log you would get in Linux (with what is running at what times, how long it is running, ...
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Where Linux places the messages of boot?

I want to find place to where Linux writes all boot messages. You know: facility one [STARTED] facility two [STARTED] facility three [FAILED] I serched with find . -print0 | xargs -0 grep ...
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which log file on ubuntu server is responsible for logging why network interface failed to up during boot?

Was playing with tftp and screwed up something in boot sequence. Eth2 fails to start at boot but allows to be restarted manually. Can not find error message in logs... so, which log file on ubuntu ...
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Name of log file where boot process is logged

I'm using CentOS 5.3. After booting up, where can I find the log file that contains if all services where successfully loaded or not? For example when computer boots you get a list of start services ...