Description of problem:
Setting logging to WARN still produces INFO messages, setting to INFO still reports level as WARN.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Set level to warn with "nmcli general logging level warn"
2. Produce behavior that logs info messages
Messages in logs such as:
Jan 9 07:17:02 host NetworkManager: <info> lease time 233918
No info messages.
The bug is caused by the log levels being defined as an enum, but used as a bitmask... so setting level WARN is the same as setting level INFO (both a 3).
Requesting the level (nmcli g logging) when at level INFO also returns WARN for this reason.
This appears to be fixed upstream when the logging was re-written to be set on a per-domain level.
Created attachment 847700 [details]
Patch to make log level maskable
Created a patch that renumbers log levels to correctly work with the masking system.
Tested and log levels can now be correctly set and queried.
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