1. Sergei_Shablovsky

    Disable bunch of system messaging on tty0

    Dear FreeBSD Gurus! How to disable noisy/annoying output from BIOS (motherboard, RAID, IDE controllers, etc…) on tty0 ? I mean that a lot of messages (for example “noperiph:ata0:0….rescan already queued”, “ugen1:.7…at usbus1”, “RAID Consistency check….done”, …” make impossible to comfortable...
  2. Sparkee

    Solved /var/log/messages is not updating

    On one of my servers /var/log/messages stopped updating a few months ago. % ll /var/log/messages* -rw-r--r-- 1 root wheel 71B Jan 1 2022 /var/log/messages -rw-r--r-- 1 root wheel 24K Jan 1 2022 /var/log/messages.0.bz2 % freebsd-version -ku 12.3-RELEASE-p1 12.3-RELEASE-p2 File...
  3. Cath O'Deray

    Solved /etc/rc: WARNING: $amd_enable is not set properly - see rc.conf(5).

    Partly because I use AMD hardware, it took me a few weeks to realise that $amd_enable is not related to AMD. Is the truncation below – in /var/log/messages – more likely to be a bug in the base system, the port, or both? % grep amd_enable /var/log/messages Nov 10 06:30:09...
  4. vermaden

    Move FreeBSD kernel messages (white) to second console

    By default FreeBSD puts kernel messages (white color) on the first console. I know I can disable them with boot_mute in the /boot/loader.conf file, but is there a way to move them to second console instead of disabling them? ... or to redirect them to some file instead of disabling them...
  5. MMacD

    Suppress kvm-associated disconnect/reconnect messages

    I use a simple but sturdy KVM with a wireless mouse and keyboard. Every time I come back after switching to another port on the kvm, I'm greeted with a dozen disconnect/reconnect messages for all the affected devices. Is there a simple way to suppress them? I notice that they don't appear...