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Re: not GENERIC dmesg
Brian Poole <email@example.com> writes:
> Quoting Hugh Graham (firstname.lastname@example.org) from 30 May 2002:
> > affect autoconf output, I'd say your not quite GENERIC dmesg
> > won't seriously degrade the log's signal to noise ratio.
> Here is another dmesg question.. Is there a preferred subject for
> dmesg's sent in, to allow the interested to spot the ones they
> are interested in more easily? I generally throw up a little info
> (processor/arch, release version, and anything slightly unusual)
> in the subject, but in the interest of making it more usable I'm
> curious if there is a "preferred" format of the subject.
I'd say that for me no subject is best. We don't actually read those messages,
we just grep in them and having a subject that doesn't pollute the grep
results is best.