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I'm trying to write a small syslogd that has no need of a separate
klogd. So I can use select, I'm attempting to read from /proc/kmsg
instead of using the syslog syscall. However, it seems very unreliable -
I don't see quite a few of the messages I should do. I'm using a
2.4.18-rmk7 kernel.

Is /proc/kmsg inherently unreliable for what I'm doing or am I doing
something wrong?

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