Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 130358
lock_gulm.o verbosity is not configurable
Last modified: 2010-01-11 21:56:57 EST
Description of problem:
lock_gulm.o no longer has the ability to modify it's verbosity level,
which is quite unfortunate for when difficult issues arrise that need
in depth debugging. The function that handles this is the load_info
function in load_info.c. An excert of the code is below. It would be
quite helpfull to be able to change this from "Default" to someother
value. Module parameters are acceptable although the ability to
dynamically change it at run time would be preferred
load_info (char *hostdata)
/* breaking away from ccs. just hardcoding defaults here.
* Noone really used these anyways and if ppl want them badly, we'll
* find another way to set them. (modprobe options for example.)
gulm_cm.handler_threads = 2;
set_verbosity ("Default", &gulm_cm.verbosity);
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
yeahyeah. this has been on the bottom of my todo list for sometime.
Should move that stuff to module parameters. We can look into some
other interface as well (proc or sysfs) but that might be over kill.
fixed in 6.0
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