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SubjectRe: kernel CI: printk loglevels in kernel boot logs?
On (12/05/17 16:55), Petr Mladek wrote:
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> Am I too paranoid? Steven? Linus?

well, if there is a tool that believels that there will always be [ (part
of timestamp marker) as the first symbol then that tool has a problem. there
is no "guaranteed" format of console messages. one can print

pr_err("message\n message\n message\n);

or one can compile the kernel with no CONFIG_PRINTK_TIME.

or one can disable printk_time via printk_time module param.

-ss

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