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blog_emit, net_ratelimit

Discussion in 'Asuswrt-Merlin' started by ptocadoa, May 26, 2020.

  1. ptocadoa

    ptocadoa New Around Here

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    Hello all
    I find these entries along all my kernel messages. What does it mean?
    Thanks!

    May 26 09:52:54 router kernel: net_ratelimit: 18 callbacks suppressed
    May 26 09:52:54 router kernel: _blog_emit, blogp = 0x560
    May 26 09:52:54 router kernel: _blog_emit, blogp = 0x560
    May 26 09:52:54 router kernel: _blog_emit, blogp = 0x560
    May 26 09:52:54 router kernel: _blog_emit, blogp = 0x560
    May 26 09:52:57 router kernel: _blog_emit, blogp = 0x560
    May 26 09:52:57 router kernel: _blog_emit, blogp = 0x560
    May 26 09:53:00 router kernel: _blog_emit, blogp = 0x560
    May 26 09:53:00 router kernel: _blog_emit, blogp = 0x560
    May 26 09:53:00 router kernel: _blog_emit, blogp = 0x560
    May 26 09:53:00 router kernel: _blog_emit, blogp = 0x560
    May 26 09:53:00 router kernel: _blog_emit, blogp = 0x560
    May 26 09:53:00 router kernel: _blog_emit, blogp = 0x560
    May 26 09:53:00 router kernel: _blog_emit, blogp = 0x560
    May 26 09:53:00 router kernel: _blog_emit, blogp = 0x560
    May 26 09:53:00 router kernel: _blog_emit, blogp = 0x560
    May 26 09:53:00 router kernel: _blog_emit, blogp = 0x560
    May 26 09:53:08 router kernel: net_ratelimit: 2 callbacks suppressed
    May 26 09:53:08 router kernel: _blog_emit, blogp = 0x522
    May 26 09:53:08 router kernel: _blog_emit, blogp = 0x522
    May 26 09:53:08 router kernel: _blog_emit, blogp = 0x560
    May 26 09:53:11 router kernel: _blog_emit, blogp = 0x560
    May 26 09:53:11 router kernel: _blog_emit, blogp = 0x560
     
  2. ColinTaylor

    ColinTaylor Part of the Furniture

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    Router model?
    Firmware version?
     
  3. ptocadoa

    ptocadoa New Around Here

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    RT-AX58U
    Merlin FW v384.17
     
  4. RMerlin

    RMerlin Super Moderator

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    Debugging output, only Broadcom knows.
     
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  5. jtjbt20x

    jtjbt20x Occasional Visitor

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    On my AX58 with Merlin, on the System Log page, I have both the "Default message log level" and the "Log only messages more urgent than" set to "info", and in the System Log, I only see entries higher than info. I send the logs to a syslog server, but I get all the debug 'emit' stuff in there. Is this an Asus issue, or is there anything you can do to fix this?
     
  6. RMerlin

    RMerlin Super Moderator

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    The first one only defines what loglevel to use for messages generated through the firmware's own logmessage(), which has no loglevel parameter. The second will define what is shown on the webui, and will probably not affect what is sent to a remote syslog server.
     
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