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    SubjectRe: How does ide-scsi get loaded?
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    On 12 Oct 2002 12:01:19 -0400, 
    Doug McNaught <doug@mcnaught.org> wrote:
    >Alan Chandler <alan@chandlerfamily.org.uk> writes:
    >
    >> so isn't /etc/lilo.conf in /etc.
    >>
    >> I keep saying - the string ide-scsi is not used anywhere in /etc
    >>
    >> [and believe me, I have also looked manually at all these sorts of places]
    >
    >Why not wrap /sbin/modprobe in a script that logs the module name to
    >the console?

    man insmod, see /var/log/ksymoops. insmod/modprobe not only record the
    symbols, they also append to the daily log.

    # cat /var/log/ksymoops/20021012.log
    20021012 103139 start modprobe -r 3c589_cs safemode=0
    20021012 103139 rmmod returned 0
    20021012 103141 start /sbin/modprobe ide-probe-mod safemode=0
    20021012 103141 probe ended
    20021012 103141 start /sbin/modprobe ide-probe safemode=0
    20021012 103141 probe ended
    20021012 103141 start /sbin/modprobe -k -C /etc/modules.devfs /dev/fd1 safemode=0
    20021012 103141 probe ended
    20021012 103141 start /sbin/modprobe -k -C /etc/modules.devfs /dev/fd2 safemode=0
    20021012 103141 probe ended
    20021012 103141 start /sbin/modprobe -k -C /etc/modules.devfs /dev/fd3 safemode=0
    20021012 103141 probe ended

    ... lots more devfs probes deleted.

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