Subject: re: DAD verbosity
To: Darren Reed <email@example.com>
From: matthew green <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/18/2000 11:29:06
IMO, device drivers should start printf lines with "<devicename>#:" and
so on. If it is DAD for ep0 and de0 under IPv6, maybe it should be
"ep0:IPv6:DAD: no duplicates found" ?
the problem is that the full line printed is assembled from a number of
pieces, often in different source files. eg, the different front/back
end parts, etc...
the only hack i though of (and it applies only to the pcmcia threads)
is to have them sleep a few seconds (cf_unit * <small int?>), using
different time values of course. but it is ugly.