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    SubjectRe: How do klogd and syslogd influence code execution timing?
    Konstantin Kletschke <lists@ku-gbr.de> wrote:
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    > It is absolutely _required_ that we start syslogd and klogd before
    > inserting the storage device.

    The difference is that if klogd is running, a printk() will cause a wakeup
    to be delivered to klogd in release_console_sem(). That will cause the CPU
    to go into the scheduler code, take and release locks, take more time, etc.

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