Subject: Re: Debugging UVM
To: blue horn <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Julio M. Merino Vidal <email@example.com>
Date: 06/19/2006 19:02:30
On 6/19/06, blue horn <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I would like to print some messages to
> /var/log/message file when certain events are being
> fired inside the uvm. So, I created a vanilla kernel
> with "options UVMHIST".
> If I enable "options UVMHIST_PRINT", then all the
> messages from the uvm starts printing; but I'm never
> able to login since the booting is not complete (as I
Hmm, you see a lot of green messages but not the login prompt? If
that's the case, it probably does not matter. The login prompt just
scrolled out of the screen; blindly type your username and password
and you should be able to log in, although in a quite unusable console
if the amount of messages is huge.
You can try to switch to the second virtual console and work from that.
> So, my question is: How do I enable debugging the uvm
> (only my portion) by printing out messages to
> /var/log/messages? Is there something simiar to
> "printk" (as in Linux) in NetBSD?
I think you can do that by tuning your syslog.conf file and telling it
not to redirect kernel messages to the console. The default
configuration sends them to /var/log/messages too.
Julio M. Merino Vidal <email@example.com>
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