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SubjectRe: [PATCH 4/4] x86, mce: Have MCE persistent event off by default for now
Em Wed, May 04, 2011 at 02:40:37PM -0700, Luck, Tony escreveu:
> > Yes, i definitely think a gateway to printk would be useful, so that the system
> > can log MCE events the syslog way as well. This probably makes sense for
> > persistent events in general, not just MCE events.
> s/as well/instead/ ??? If the persistent event mechanism is correctly feeding
> data to a mart daemon, I don't think we need any printk() chatter. It is only
> if this is not working that we'd want to see some console logging.
> I agree that this isn't just a property of the MCE persistent event - other
> persistent events would very likely want a way to shout for help if the events
> are piling up with no listener.
> > printk itself could become a persistent event. (Transparently and without
> > breaking compatible syslogd/klogd functionality.)
> Someone from Google was very skeptical of printk() remaining stable from
> release to release ... a big issue when you have some heavy duty infrastructure
> trying to parse and consume these messages. We should really consider such
> stuff a user visible ABI, and thus not subject to random breakage - which
> is a radical departure from our current attitude to printk().

what is the problem with adding free form additional info to whatever
turns into heavenly for ever unchanged dogma? :-)

- Arnaldo

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