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SubjectRe: [PATCH][2.6-mm] Make i386 boot not so chatty
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In article <20040524101219.GI5215@openzaurus.ucw.cz>,
Pavel Machek <pavel@suse.cz> wrote:
>Hi!
>
>> > This patch silences the default i386 boot by putting a lot of development
>> > related printks under KERN_DEBUG loglevel, allowing the normal chatty mode
>> > to be turned on by using the 'debug' kernel parameter.
>>
>> I think I like it chatty. Turning this stuff off by default makes kernel
>> developers' lives that little bit harder.
>
>Its too chatty these days. Like "APIC debug info hide real errors before that",
>because log buffer is not big enough and scrollback is not enough.
>Please take this one...

I really like it too. Turning off the debug messages makes the
bootup look more professional and clean as well. If you really like
to see the debug stuff you only need to add the parameter to
append= in lilo.conf once.

Mike.

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