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Re: Kernel-option for quiet booting?

> Is there a possibility to make the kernel be quiet while booting up
> and not displaying all kind of messages?

Well, the following patch to /usr/src/sys/kern/subr_prf.c works for me.
It's not a simple boot switch, but I ususally compile one kernel without
this patch and call it bsd.debug.  Then I can get the messages by choosing
to boot bsd.debug instead of the default bsd.

(Note that this kills *ALL* kernel messages to the console, not just
 the messages during the boot phase.)

--- subr_prf.c.orig Tue May 21 23:33:29 2002
+++ subr_prf.c Thu Jun 13 15:33:37 2002
@@ -482,7 +482,7 @@
         savintr = consintr; /* disable interrupts */
         consintr = 0;
         va_start(ap, fmt);
- retval = kprintf(fmt, TOCONS | TOLOG, NULL, NULL, ap);
+ retval = kprintf(fmt, TOLOG, NULL, NULL, ap);
         if (!panicstr)

If anyone has a better set of patches, I'd love to get a copy.

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