On Monday 18 July 2011 11:15:14 am Stefan Seyfried wrote:
Am Mon, 18 Jul 2011 11:11:20 +0200
schrieb Bjørn Lie <bjorn.lie(a)gmail.com>om>:
It seems that this is due to kernel still beeing
RC. And therefore
more debugging is enabled. I just tried to boot a 2.6.39 kernel,
and this does not spew stuff into logs.
I guess that as soon 3.0 goes golden this problem of mine will
disapear on its own.
I don't think so.
I doubt it as well. rc7 is way too close from a release for that kind of
experiment. Linus is free to release rc2 as final if he wants to ;)
I guess the SUSE kernel config was changed to
enable dynamic debugging or something like that but the default
Doesn't seem so. Dynamic debug was already enabled in the 11.4 kernel,
and even in the 11.3 kernel. Oh, it's even there in the SLE11 SP1 kernel
level was chosen wrong. If none of the kernel hackers
here, filing a bug might help to get more sane defaults (pr_debug
per default on seems like a bad idea to me).
It doesn't look like there is any default level to set: dynamic
debugging is always off by default, and enabled on a case-by-case basis
by the user.
So, the fact that the debug message is printed means one of two things:
* Either debugging is enabled in the dmfe driver. Then dynamic debugging
* Or debugging isn't enabled in the dmfe driver. Dynamic debugging must
have been enabled for this driver somehow.
This can be easily verified with:
$ grep dmfe /sys/kernel/debug/dynamic_debug/control
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