Subject: Re: Boot messages into /var/log/messages ...
To: Jason Thorpe <email@example.com>
From: Luwenth the Lewd <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/26/1997 16:14:30
Umm... so why would the first boot of 1.2G have saved the messages
and subsequent boots not saved the messages?
Jason Thorpe <email@example.com> writes:
=On Fri, 26 Sep 1997 13:46:25 -0700
= Luwenth the Lewd <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
= > I am working on trying to figure out why a recently acquired SCSI
= > tape changer isn't behaving, and I noticed a large change in the
= > information that's being put into /var/log/messages on a reboot.
= > It used to be that all the messages to console started with cpu0.
= > Now, I seem to be only getting snippets of all the messages.
= > Is this something I likely flubbed in my config file, or is there
= > something else that I'm missing?
= > I'm including the messages old and new, and my conf file, if anyone
= > wants to take the time to look them over.
= > -- Ricky
=Hmm, did you recently update your sources? If you did, and built a new
=kernel, and didn't update syslogd and dmesg, this could be part of the
=problem. The way the message buffer is mapped was changed, and the
=expected lossage from not being in sync is a bit like you're describing.
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