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vda@port.imtp.ilyichevsk.odessa.ua said:
> Hey, hey... do you expect users to patch all those printk() calls in
> their kernel themself? Realistically they can:

I was talking about vendors setting silly defaults. One can reasonably
expect _vendors_ to fix printks with wrong or no priority rather than just
disabling them all.

There's a lot of crap at KERN_NOTICE that could be sanely ignored by
default. Stuff at KERN_WARNING probably ought to be printed by default. It
can often precede and explain a crash.

> * send patches to lkml and be ignored

There are more sensible places to send patches than lkml.

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dwmw2


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