Kernel Question

Kernel Question

Post by Andre » Fri, 09 Mar 2001 22:59:16



Hello All,

I have been reading the posts here & more importantly the replies & like the
communal feeling is this newsgroup. This is basically not a security
orientated question but thought that I throw it this way anyhow.
I am running a Linux Redhat 6.1 machine & find that when I  boot the system
my kernel log files are showing everything twice ??? Example as follows

Feb 22 19:32:24 echelon kernel:     ide0: BM-DMA at 0xf000-0xf007, BIOS
settings: hda:pio, hdb:pio
Feb 22 19:32:24 echelon kernel:     ide0: BM-DMA at 0xf000-0xf007, BIOS
settings: hda:pio, hdb:pio
Feb 22 19:32:24 echelon kernel:     ide1: BM-DMA at 0xf008-0xf00f, BIOS
settings: hdc:pio, hdd:pio
Feb 22 19:32:24 echelon kernel:     ide1: BM-DMA at 0xf008-0xf00f, BIOS
settings: hdc:pio, hdd:pio
Feb 22 19:32:24 echelon kernel: hda: IBM-DTLA-307020, ATA DISK drive
Feb 22 19:32:24 echelon kernel: hda: IBM-DTLA-307020, ATA DISK drive
Feb 22 19:32:24 echelon kernel: hdb: FUJITSU MPC3064AT, ATA DISK drive
Feb 22 19:32:24 echelon kernel: hdb: FUJITSU MPC3064AT, ATA DISK drive
Feb 22 19:32:24 echelon kernel: hdc: Conner Technology CT210, ATA DISK drive
Feb 22 19:32:24 echelon kernel: hdc: Conner Technology CT210, ATA DISK drive
Feb 22 19:32:24 echelon kernel: hdd: , ATAPI CDROM drive
Feb 22 19:32:24 echelon kernel: hdd: , ATAPI CDROM drive
Feb 22 19:32:25 echelon kernel: ide0 at 0x1f0-0x1f7,0x3f6 on irq 14
Feb 22 19:32:25 echelon kernel: ide0 at 0x1f0-0x1f7,0x3f6 on irq 14
Feb 22 19:32:25 echelon kernel: ide1 at 0x170-0x177,0x376 on irq 15
Feb 22 19:32:25 echelon kernel: ide1 at 0x170-0x177,0x376 on irq 15
Feb 22 19:32:25 echelon kernel: hda: IBM-DTLA-307020, 19623MB w/1916kB
Cache, CHS=2501/255/63
Feb 22 19:32:25 echelon kernel: hda: IBM-DTLA-307020, 19623MB w/1916kB
Cache, CHS=2501/255/63
Feb 22 19:32:25 echelon kernel: hdb: FUJITSU MPC3064AT, 6187MB w/0kB Cache,
CHS=788/255/63
Feb 22 19:32:25 echelon kernel: hdb: FUJITSU MPC3064AT, 6187MB w/0kB Cache,
CHS=788/255/63
Feb 22 19:32:25 echelon kernel: hdc: Conner Technology CT210, 9785MB w/512kB
Cache, CHS=19881/16/63
Feb 22 19:32:25 echelon kernel: hdc: Conner Technology CT210, 9785MB w/512kB
Cache, CHS=19881/16/63
Feb 22 19:32:25 echelon kernel: hdd: ATAPI 10X CD-ROM drive, 120kB Cache
Feb 22 19:32:25 echelon kernel: hdd: ATAPI 10X CD-ROM drive, 120kB Cache

& so on. Everything is like this ,,repeated twice than after this i get the
following continuously over & over
Mar  9 00:42:57 echelon kernel: ip_masq_ftp OUT: got PASV
Mar  9 00:42:56 echelon last message repeated 21 times
Mar  9 00:42:57 echelon kernel: ip_masq_ftp OUT: got PASV
Mar  9 00:42:58 echelon kernel: VFS: Disk change detected on device
ide1(22,64)
Mar  9 00:42:58 echelon kernel: VFS: Disk change detected on device
ide1(22,64)
Mar  9 00:43:30 echelon last message repeated 16 times
Mar  9 00:43:30 echelon last message repeated 16 times
Mar  9 00:44:32 echelon last message repeated 31 times
Mar  9 00:44:32 echelon last message repeated 31 times
Mar  9 00:45:33 echelon last message repeated 30 times
Mar  9 00:45:33 echelon last message repeated 30 times
Mar  9 00:46:35 echelon last message repeated 31 times
Mar  9 00:46:35 echelon last message repeated 31 times
Mar  9 00:47:37 echelon last message repeated 31 times
Mar  9 00:47:37 echelon last message repeated 31 times
Mar  9 00:48:38 echelon last message repeated 30 times
Mar  9 00:48:38 echelon last message repeated 30 times
Mar  9 00:49:40 echelon last message repeated 31 times
Mar  9 00:49:40 echelon last message repeated 31 times

Feb 25 03:46:23 echelon last message repeated 30 times
Feb 25 03:47:25 echelon last message repeated 31 times
Feb 25 03:47:25 echelon last message repeated 31 times
Feb 25 03:48:27 echelon last message repeated 31 times
Feb 25 03:48:27 echelon last message repeated 31 times
Feb 25 03:49:29 echelon last message repeated 31 times
Feb 25 03:49:29 echelon last message repeated 31 times
Feb 25 03:50:30 echelon last message repeated 30 times
Feb 25 03:50:30 echelon last message repeated 30 times
Feb 25 03:51:32 echelon last message repeated 31 times
Feb 25 03:51:32 echelon last message repeated 31 times
Feb 25 03:52:34 echelon last message repeated 31 times
Feb 25 03:52:34 echelon last message repeated 31 times
Feb 25 03:53:35 echelon last message repeated 30 times
Feb 25 03:53:35 echelon last message repeated 30 times
Feb 25 03:54:37 echelon last message repeated 31 times
Feb 25 03:54:37 echelon last message repeated 31 times
Feb 25 03:55:39 echelon last message repeated 31 times
Feb 25 03:55:39 echelon last message repeated 31 times
Feb 25 03:56:40 echelon last message repeated 30 times
Feb 25 03:56:40 echelon last message repeated 30 times
Feb 25 03:57:42 echelon last message repeated 31 times
Feb 25 03:57:42 echelon last message repeated 31 times
Feb 25 03:58:44 echelon last message repeated 31 times
Feb 25 03:58:44 echelon last message repeated 31 times
Feb 25 03:59:45 echelon last message repeated 30 times
Feb 25 03:59:45 echelon last message repeated 30 times
Feb 25 04:00:46 echelon last message repeated 30 times
Feb 25 04:00:46 echelon last message repeated 30 times

Does anyone have any ideas about this & what i should be looking at to stop
these logs repeating themselves constantly

T.I.A

Andrew


 
 
 

Kernel Question

Post by Markus » Fri, 09 Mar 2001 23:08:25


Quote:> I am running a Linux Redhat 6.1 machine & find that when I  boot the
system
> my kernel log files are showing everything twice ???

I don't think thats a kernel question - syslogd seems to be your problem...

You should search /etc/syslogd.conf for two lines logging (the same)
into the same file.

Markus

 
 
 

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