Re: Tracking boot messages
Stephen Powell a écrit :
>> Set BOOTLOGD_ENABLE=YES and examine /var/log/boot or dmesg after
> Hmm. Well, that helps. dmesg still does not contain the message from
Of course not. dmesg displays only kernel messages. This is completely
different from messages displayed on the console by any process. You
could even set /proc/sys/kernel/printk to not display kernel messages on
> Still, I was hoping for all boot messages in a single file somewhere.
> /var/log/boot starts with
> Setting parameters of disc: (none).
> This is about three lines prior to
> Checking root file system...fsck from util-linux-ng 2.17.2
> All boot messages prior to this point are not included in /var/log/boot.
Obviously bootlogd can record only messages which are displayed while it
is running. See /etc/rcS.d/ for the initscripts order. Specifically, it
won't record messages displayed in the initramfs, before initscripts are