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SubjectRe: [PATCH] PPC64: lockfix for rtas error log
> As far as I can see, the ameslab tree has _never_ contained those
> lines. The last change to chrp_setup.c was on 1 May 2004, and neither
> that version nor any of the earlier versions that I looked at have
> those lines. Are you sure you don't have that as a local change in
> your copy? Do a bk sfiles -i and a bk push -n and see if it shows up.

Back on May 6th, Nathan Fontenot posted a patch to linuxppc64, that had
this fixed when he noticed it got removed. It looks like the patch was
never merged.

> As for the RTAS messages being printk'd, the only possible
> justification would be if there was a userspace tool to analyse them.
> I don't know if such a thing exists, and if it does, I certainly don't
> have a copy. Is anyone working on that?

I pushed a patch to remove the log_error messages from going to the
console by default. The error logs still should be put in
/proc/ppc64/rtas/error_log for rtas_errd to pick them up and send it to
ELA for decode. These apps are already done and can be found on IBM's
diagnostic service website.

http://techsupport.services.ibm.com/server/lopdiags/suselinux/pseries

Thanks,
Jake
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