Hendrik Volker Brunn
hvb at gmx.net
Sun Nov 12 12:42:25 PST 2000
On Fri, Nov 10, 2000 at 08:50:18PM -0500, Kurt V. Hindenburg wrote:
> Ok, I may be dense, but you can't send the output of logger to a file
> until the system has been mount r/w. Correct?
> Where does the kernel keep it's output til it sends it to the syslog?
In the kernel-ring-buffer in memory, it gets emptied as klogd starts.
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