Re: Boot Messages
Ole J. Tetlie wrote:
> | I checked /etc/syslog.conf which has the line:
> | kern.* -/var/log/kern.log
> Mine too.
> | This hasn't changed since bo. I also checked /etc/rc?.d to see if
> | syslogd or klogd were being started any differently, but I can't
> | see any difference.
> | Any other ideas?
> Not much. I'm using the absolutely latest debian (upgraded today),
> how about you?
I downloaded hamm stuff from the UK mirror last weekend. I guess that
was pretty recent.
> Does 'less /proc/kmsg' give you anything?
No, no output from less /proc/kmsg, but all the messages are
provided by dmesg.
Somthing I noticed is that I only seem to get messages in syslog after
entering runlevel 2, following a message like
Jun 20 19:23:54 Bert syslogd 1.3-3#26: restart.
Everything before this only appears on the console, before a line like
"INIT Entering runlevel 2".
I checked /etc/rc?.d for symlinks to /etc/init.d/sysklog and it only
gets started at runlevel 2, but lots of things seem to happen at boot
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