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SubjectRe: [PATCH] init, calibrate: Drop annoying warning
On Tue, May 31, 2011 at 07:04:59PM -0400, Andrew Worsley wrote:
> I can see your point - it's useful when debugging the bogomips issue -
> but if it's working it's not relevant.
> Would be nice to have an extra level of verbose debug or a debug
> branch of the file or perhaps just a relevant comment
> that would easily allow it to be found and reverted to re-enable debug
> if people want to debug this stuff again.

Well, your patch either fixes the issue so the debug statements can go
or it doesn't and needs more hammering :).

> That said I would suggest just changing the comment (I don't know how
> to just submit a comment change?) to something like:
> "Drop calibrate_delay_direct() KERN_DEBUG printk related to bogomips
> calculation as it appears when booting
> every core on setups with 'ignore_loglevel' for people who want to
> test latest kernels and scan dmesg for possible issues.
> and this information isn't very useful to the widest audience of
> kernel boot message gazers."

Fair enough, will change and resubmit.



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