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SubjectRe: [PATCH] Disable the most annoying printk in the kernel
Hi!

> > Well, keyboard detected and reported an error. Kernel reacted with
> > printk(). You are removing that printk(). I can understand that,
> > printk is really annoying, but I really believe _some_ error handling
> > should be added there if you remove the printk.
>
> What do you suggest?

Well, having error counter for each input device would probably be
enough. Or perhaps add some rate-limiting. One message per boot should
be adequate.

> Having a TP 380XD which regularly produces this annoying message,
> it's just logspam. There's no noticable failure.

I do notice lost keys on x32 here. You need to press some weird
combination...
Pavel
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