During boot you see this message:
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[ 36.591060] systemd-journald: File <...>/system.journal corrupted or uncleanly shut down, renaming and replacing.
Should we be concerned about it? I don't notice anything being missing from journal.
Also, since Pi doesn't have RTC, how does journalctl sort the lines? The output of "journalctl" has "Reboot" delimeter in weird places. If I launch "journalctl -b", the output is much more sane. Maybe it's the reason why syslong-ng is enabled by default.