R. David Whitlock
ryandav at u.washington.edu
Wed Feb 23 17:19:41 PST 2000
I am unable to figure out a certain bug that someone is having on their
machine: Once the machine is started, klogd is always sucking up all the
CPU cycles. So root has to kill this process to get on with life. I
realize that this is _bad_, but I'm not sure where to start debugging the
process, such as, WHERE does the kernel error logging go, what kinds of
things should I look for, etc? I had thought it might have been due to an
IRQ problem, but we seem to have resolved that and klogd merrily sucks it
all up anyway.
Waddaya think, guys?
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