What is the significance of
default_console_loglevel in Linux? Commonly I see it described as the default value of
console_loglevel. However, what that means I haven't seen explained anywhere.
Besides, on my as well as most ohter systems I have checked, the values of four log variables are
[root@localhost printk]# cat /proc/sys/kernel/printk 4 4 1 7
Since I haven't changed anything the
console_loglevel(4) should have been equal to
default_consolle loglevel(7), which it isn't. So what exactly is the use/significance of