Subject: indentation of SCSIVERBOSE output.
To: None <current-users@NetBSD.ORG>
From: enami tsugutomo <>
List: current-users
Date: 09/04/1997 11:37:11
Here is sample message from kernel when SCSIVERBOSE is defiend.

sd0(bha0:1:0):  Check Condition on opcode 28
	SENSE KEY:  Illegal Request
   INFO FIELD:  4222640
	 ASC/ASCQ:  Logical Block Address Out of Range
	 FRU CODE:  0xd

		 SKSV:  Error in CDB, Offset 7, bit 15

How can I interpret this indentation?  Did the auther try to line up
by colon, but just failed to do so?

Also, is it better to have prefix like `sd0(bha0:1:0):' on every line?
It makes to grep easier, i think.