Chris Maness wrote:
Yes, it does, but why would it not show anything without the flag right
after a reboot? Wierd. I almost suspect hard drive issues.
Interesting. Does "dmesg -a" show anything different?
OK, THAT does not seem normal. Sorry, didn't catch that detail at first.
Right after booting you really should be able to review your boot
messages with dmesg. While the dmesg on my servers typically goes
empty after awhile, I've never had any problem reviewing kernel
output from a fresh boot using the dmesg command.
Is /var/run/dmesg.boot populated correctly? What kinds of things are
in the -a output? Same results booting with or without network
attached? (asking because busy network w/ lots of system messages
seems to be what's flushing the buffer for me).
Anybody else got suggestions? Kernel troubleshooting's not really my
favorite thing, and as such my expertise in that area is close to
Greg Barniskis, Computer Systems Integrator
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