Suppressing kernel 'printk's.
On Tue, Feb 05, 2008 at 08:57:32AM +0900, Peter F Bradshaw wrote:
> I have a Debian kernel in which some printks have been left. These make
> a mess of the console and logs. Is there any way, other than recompiling
> the kernel, of suppressing the printk output?
Another method, in case you just want to make the console usable again:
sysrq-NUM sets the console logging level to NUM .
try pressing alt-sysrq-1 in the console, or:
echo 1 >/proc/sysrq-trigger
In addition, what are those messages? Perhaps there is a specific way to
get rid of those messages.
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