Is rsyslog just an abstraction layer on top of the kernel ring buffer? Or is the kernel ring buffer its own entity and rsyslogs interaction is like that of any other "application"?
I found two ways for printing boot messages one using dmesg and another the content of file /var/log/boot.log: The content of the /var/log/boot.log file are: fsck from util-linux 2.20.1 ...
I have a remote server which has some issues (Seem hardware related) which means that it logs KVM errors and then sometime later it becomes unresponsive and locked up. There is an often an early ...
I'm writing a device driver that prints error message into ring buffer dmesg output. I want to see the output of dmesg as it changes. How can I do this?
I'd like to write a statement to dmesg. [How] can I do this?