Linux kernel keeps logging segfaults in ring buffer.
a.out: segfault at 8049604 ip 08049604 sp bf88e3fc error 15 in a.out[8049000+1000]
Is there a way to temporarily disable it? My usecase is that I'm running a testsuite that does all sorts of crazy things and I don't want to see segfaults in
dmesg from that time period.
dmesg -c is not an option because the test framework I'm forced to use is analyzing dmesg output and I cannot just clear it in the middle.
I was going through
sysctl -a output if there's some kernel parameter, but I don't see anything that appears to be useful.
kernel.print-fatal-signals looked promising but it's just for showing more detailed info.