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SubjectRe: Question about kernel log buffer size
> Is there anything wrong with upping the LOG_BUF_LEN definition in
> kernel/printk.c? I guess it makes the kernel use a little more RAM, but
> my kernel generates over 20k of messages during boot before user space
> can read the buffer, so if I don't raise the size, I lose messages.

You may need to hack the userspace stuff to know about this. Last
time I checked it had to be updated to handle the 4k->8k increase.


-cw

P.S. WHy so many boot messages -- 20k seems horribly excessive!

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