Re: RFC: [2.6 patch] Eicon: disable debuglib for modules
From: Armin Schindler
Date: Mon Dec 20 2004 - 03:03:19 EST
On Mon, 20 Dec 2004, Adrian Bunk wrote:
> > > Is there a good reason why debuglib is enabled for modules?
> > Yes.
> > Without it, there would be no possibility to use the maintainance module
> > to debug the isdn/card/capi interaction.
> > > If not, I'd propose the patch below to disable it.
> > I have to disagree. This patch would disable a major feature of the
> > diva driver collection.
> How do I enable this maintainance module in the kernel?
The option 'DIVA Maint driver support' enables this module.
When the module is loaded, all diva modules provide trace logs to that
module. Using the user-space utility 'divactrl' you can set e.g. trace masks
and read the messages.
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