On Apr 12, 11:50pm, al...@yandex.ru (Alexander Nasonov) wrote:
-- Subject: Re: CVS commit: src/sys/kern
| Christos Zoulas wrote:
| > Module Name: src
| > Committed By: christos
| > Date: Sun Apr 1 19:29:43 UTC 2018
| > Modified Files:
| > src/sys/kern: subr_prf.c
| > Log Message:
| > Add the ability to prepend a timestamp [ sec.nsec] relative to boottime
| > in kernel messages if KLOG_TIMESTAMP is enabled.
| > + n = snprintf(buf, sizeof(buf), "[% 9jd.%.9ld] ",
| > + (intptr_t)ts.tv_sec, ts.tv_nsec);
| Taking more than a quarter of 80-char wide terminal for a timestamp
| is a bit too much, IMO. Do we really need 9 characters to print
| seconds? It starts from a single digit on boot and it can increase
| to 2-3 digits while it's still booting but rarely more than that.
| Three digits should be enough for nice looking dmesg.boot. As a
| compromise, can we settle with "% 4jd" for the seconds part?
A year in seconds are 8 characters. I guess 4-6 is good...