I kindly like to inform, that
systemctl disable systemd-journald
will not disable journald. Somehow it's getting reactivated after a while and continues filling my system with useless binary files.
I therefore like to know if there is a proper way to disable AND getting rid of journald entirely. For personal reasons I depend on rsyslog to continue writing properly written text debug messages.
Please accept my apologizes, this is not meant to be rude or a troll attempt. It has a reason why I ask for it and I would like to keep it only by this question.
You can only disable storing the logs by journald. See Storage=none or Storage=volatile in journald.conf.
I will point our government customer to this bugreport. They have to decide how we (not you) need to proceed.
Sure. Just keep in mind that if Storage=none is used, all journald does is funnel messages from a few sources (native journal socket, syslog, stdout or stderr of services) to a socket for syslog daemons to read from.