[Bug 39414] Re: syslog is flooded with messages after connecting bluetooth usb dongle
uwe.menges at web.de
Mon Aug 6 13:35:13 UTC 2007
I think filtering these messages would be possible using e.g. the
syslog-ng logging daemon. But just filtering the log is no clean
solution, as this would spend lots of CPU cycles on generating and
filtering syslog messages.
As the upstream bug I filed
(http://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=6833) was fixed by just
adding one line with the device's ID into the
drivers/bluetooth/hci_usb.c source file, you could add the fix for your
device and recompile the module.
As there seem to be lots of different devices affected,
upstream/ubuntu/whoever could maintain an ever-growing list of IDs in
the C source file, or upstream/ubuntu/whoever could maybe provide some
means to extend such a blacklist without the need for recompilation of
the module, e.g. by a /etc/modprobe.d/ or /sys/module/usbcore/ config
syslog is flooded with messages after connecting bluetooth usb dongle
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