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jpmatrix
post Jan 19 2008, 05:47 AM
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when you switch from android to a console , there are a lot of binder_open / binder_release messages.
how can we suppress them ?

i tried to launch init with 2> /dev/null with no luck...
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post Jan 22 2008, 07:27 PM
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QUOTE(jpmatrix @ Jan 19 2008, 10:47 PM) *
when you switch from android to a console , there are a lot of binder_open / binder_release messages.
how can we suppress them ?

i tried to launch init with 2> /dev/null with no luck...


binderdev.ko outputs those messages using printk(KERN_WARING). If they annoy you, modify /etc/init.d/syslog manually.

line 50
start-stop-daemon -S -b -n klogd -a /sbin/klogd -- -n

Add loglevel, say 4 (KERN_NOTICE). Any number less than 5 (KERN_WARNING) suppresses them.
start-stop-daemon -S -b -n klogd -a /sbin/klogd -- -n -c 4

After save the file, restart syslogs and kernlogd
/etc/init.d/syslog restart

I'm not sure how Debian confiures syslogd/kernlogd, but as long as it uses busybox version, this way could work.

Cheers,
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