[blfs-support] Thoughts on 'init-functions' and bootscript files
bruce.dubbs at gmail.com
Sat May 5 14:15:27 PDT 2012
alex lupu wrote:
> There are "extraneous" messages, like from Udev and
> USB mouse/keyboard (if any), which interfere with B/LFS
> bootscript console display output.
> That makes the boot-up display confusing and hard to read at times.
Try adding LOGLEVEL=4 to /etc/sysconfig/rc.site
that may or may not fix your issues, but it's really hard to capture all the
messages from the programs being called in the boot scripts.
LOGLEVEL 4 writes warning conditions
LOGLEVEL 5 is the default and writes normal, but significant, messages
The idea behind the split log_info_msg and evaluate_retval is to give the user a
message of some kind if the particular program hangs. This is especially
important if the system is doing an extended fsck.
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