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SubjectRe: Who is "--MARK --"?

If you don't get any kernel messages syslog puts it's own (--MARK--) to
tell you it's still up. It actually means you have a pretty quiet system.
(and the kernel works great)

Vladimir Dergachev


On Tue, 2 Mar 1999, Bernd Broermann wrote:

> Who is "-- Mark --" ?
>
> What sense make these entries in my syslog since 2.2.2 ?
>
> Where do the -- MARK --s come from ?
>
> cu
> bernd
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