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SubjectRe: What Priority?
On Mon, 29 Apr 1996, Andrew E. Mileski wrote:

>
> What priority should kernel messages that appear _only_ at
> boot be? KERN_NOTICE or KERN_INFO (or something else)?
> I'd like these messages to appear (instead of being swallowed
> by klogd).
>
> I understand that miscellaneous messages after boot should be
> KERN_INFO, unless a core meltdown is imminent :-)
>

Hmm, I don't think you can make them go away, as all messages are going
to get to the console before you start syslogd/klogd, and by the time you
do get to starting them (everything after init actually), it's just
processes echoing to the console anyway. Problem solved (well killed
anyway).

Bryn

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