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    SubjectRe: [patch] quite down SMP boot messages
    Hi!

    > I'd like to propose this patch for 2.6.0 or 2.6.1 to quite down some
    > of the excessive boot messages printed for each CPU. The patch simply
    > introduces a boot time variable 'smpverbose' which users can set if
    > they experience problems and want to see the full set of messages.
    >
    > Once you hit > 2 CPUs the amount of noise printed per CPU starts
    > becoming a pain, at 64 CPUs it's turning into a royal pain ....

    You might want to be more creative.. With something like < for each
    cpu going up and > for each cpu booted, you might be able to preserve
    all the info yet make it _way_ shorter.
    Pavel
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