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SubjectRe: Faster logging?
On 25 Apr 2002, Neal D. Becker wrote:

> Trying to debug using printk, we are getting buffer overun. I think
> that setting klogd to flush faster would fix this. Man klogd doesn't
> show any option to control the time that klogd sleeps. Seems to me
> that's a simple option to add.
Try this:

1.- /etc/rc.d/init.d/syslogd stop
2.- klogd -c 1
3.- killall -9 klogd
4.- nice -n -20 cat /proc/kmsg > your_file

You should also increase the buffer size up to 1 MB (see kernel/prink.c).

Best regards.

Juan.

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