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SubjectRe: [PATCH] bio.c: reduce verbosity at boot
Diego Calleja García wrote:

>El Thu, 21 Aug 2003 10:51:27 -0600 Lou Langholtz <ldl@aros.net> escribió:
>
>
>>How about using KERN_DEBUG and augmenting the dmesg store so that the
>>level that is saved is configurable? Even compile time configurable
>>seems reasonable to start. But axeing out even the possibility of boot
>>time info seems bad to me.
>>
>>
>Like this?
>(14) Kernel log buffer size (16 => 64KB, 17 => 128KB)
>Available at least in 2.6.0-test3 under "General setup"
>
>
Yes, except I was thinking for loglevel rather than size. Is a loglevel
option - as in only save printk's above level X in dmesg - already
available? I've seen other emails fly by on the printk system before so
this could well already be available. I haven't checked but was assuming
from the emails I'd seen so far that this didn't exist and was merely
suggesting this thinking it'd be an easy addition to the dmesg store.

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