trapping kernel messages
I get lots of these:
Nov 13 11:30:01 debian kernel: nasd: page allocation failure. order:4,
Nov 13 11:30:01 debian kernel: [__alloc_pages+449/848]
Nov 13 11:30:01 debian kernel: [__get_free_pages+31/64]
They are page allocation failures related to sound. Don't seem to hurt.
Happens when nasd plays my chimes every half hour.
Kernel 2.6.9. Went away for a while, now is back. Was noted in the KML,
patch did not work.
The point is these messages have 20 lines and show up every half hour.
They drown syslog. I want to reduce them to a simple "page allocation
failure". Enough is enough.
Now the manpage for sysklogd says:
Sysklogd provides two system utilities which provide support for system
logging and kernel message trapping.
But I fail to find where or how I can trap these 20 liners and reduce
them to one line.