On Monday 05 June 2006 19:08, Greg Barniskis wrote:

> Not new behavior. A dmesg on any of my running systems (4.x, 5.x)
> returns nothing after a time. You were just catching it before the
> buffer was flushed. I don't know what triggers that, and it is
> possible that the trigger/timing of it may have changed in 6.x (and
> as always, YMMV).

dmesg is not flushed here.

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