Subject: Re: Boot messages into /var/log/messages ...
To: Dave Sainty <Dave.Sainty@MCS.VUW.AC.NZ>
From: Andrew Brown <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/27/1997 13:39:58
> From: Dave Sainty
>> Luwenth the Lewd writes:
>> 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.
>Looks like hardware to me, bit 0 of your SCSI bus is always low. You
>can see this from what the message should be, as posted by someone
>Sep 26 14:25:38 frobzit /netbsd: ch0 at scsibus0 targ 3 lun 1:
><ARCHIVE, Python 28849-XXX, 4.CM> SCSI2 8/changer removable
>Might just be your cable.
has it occurred to anyone that he might just be losing some of the
kernel messages because it seems to be printing a lot more now than it
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