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SubjectRe: printk while interrupts are disabled
On Tue, Oct 02, 2001 at 10:22:10AM -0400, Crutcher Dunnavant wrote:

> They get stuffed into a buffer to be printed later. It is possible to
> overflow that buffer, and lose some of your printk messages.

Incidentally, something I noticed today: when using a parallel printer
console, 'Alt-SysRq-T' gave me a complete task list followed by the
entire kernel ring buffer.

I've taken a look at the code in lp.c, sysrq.c, and printk.c, and I
don't see what can be causing it. Anyone have ideas?

This happened when the machine had locked up for some reason.

Tim.
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