[systemd-devel] how make systemd NOT to clutter dmesg?

lejeczek peljasz at yahoo.co.uk
Sat Mar 4 13:09:39 UTC 2017

On 27/02/17 16:43, Reindl Harald wrote:
> Am 27.02.2017 um 17:18 schrieb lejeczek:
>> yes, correct, something did, in /etc/grub2.cfg
>> systemd.log_level=debug systemd.log_target=kmsg
>> even tough nothing of above is to be found in 
>> /etc/default/grub
>> What I found and messaged Centos list about, long agao, 
>> but it might be
>> interesting to anybody who.. uses Oracle's kernel-uek 
>> which a long time
>> ago I'm pretty sure put:
>> into /etc/sysconfig/kernel
>> but what I've had commented out for long long time, and 
>> many new kernels
>> installed since then.
>> I'll get rid of UEK for peace of mind's sake
> it has *nothing* to do with UEK
> one of the last CentOS updates here did the same *only* on 
> one machine
> however, next time when you report issues start by 
> mentioning you operating system, the patch-level and 
> version of your operating system and uncutted loglines 
> which you are talking about in the initial post
> with that informations i would have been able to point you 
> directly to /etc/sysconfig/kernel - you can't assume that 
> anybody is guessing what you are talking about when you 
> hold back any informations

gee, sorry, maybe I made it vague? I just said it was NOT 
sysconfig/kernel but /etc/grub2.cfg
I mentioned sysconfig/kernel and that "I've had commented 
out for long long time" and UEK because I believed UEK put 
it MAKEDEBUG=yes and tampered with /etc/grub2.cfg

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