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GNOME 3.12 Puts The X.Org Log In The Systemd Journal
I don't remember how many times I rebooted, but it was a friday or monday and full moon.. is there an option for journalctl to find that? I think it is a valid use case and such option needs to be added.
And I always restart everything 3-4 times after a crash. And debugging crash that happened 3 years ago on another xorg/drivers is my hobby ))
You seem to be asking if there's a way to search by other parameters like the date, and yes you can do that. You can AND/OR together any set of search switches including --since and --until, which take a date specification.
(I'm giving you the benefit of the doubt and not assuming that you're a troll, unlike the previous replies.)