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Re: Unexpected logging from gpsd

From: Mick Durkin
Subject: Re: Unexpected logging from gpsd
Date: Sun, 10 Oct 2021 14:52:49 +0100
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Hi Greg,

What confused me is that I have been running gpsd for many years, updating to 
the latest sources every once in a while, but never had these logs before.

These logs only started when I updated in the last few days and this made me 
wonder had something been changed in gpsd.

I will dig into the logging on my system but, as I've never had this problem 
before, the logging is an area I need to research.


Mick Durkin

On 10/10/2021 14:43, Greg Troxel wrote:

The norm for syslog is that programs are set up with a facility and name
and emit log messages at various levels.  Then the admin of a system
configures syslog to put messages where they want.  That config really
doesn't belong in gpsd sources.

The PPS stuff really should be LOG_DEBUG, and I bet it is.  If it's
higher, that's a gpsd bug, and if you are logging LOG_DEBUG and don't
like that, that's a misconfiguration of your log setup.

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