[Openswan dev] Small problem with printk's in ipsec_alc_aes.c
mcr at sandelman.ottawa.on.ca
Mon Apr 4 12:33:37 CEST 2005
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>>>>> "Rene" == Rene Mayrhofer <rmayr at debian.org> writes:
Rene> few messages directly to the console. Since I am no kernel
Rene> hacker, I can just guess a bit from the code that this is
Rene> caused because not priority is set in the printk's in lines
Rene> 176, 186, 196 and 206. At least putting KERN_DEBUG in front of
Thanks, good point.
Rene> I get a line localhost kernel: directly at the console (might
Rene> be one of the printk("\n") that I found by grepping). I have
Yes, it must. We noticed this awhile ago.
I never did figure out which one.
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