7 ‘dmesg’ Commands for Troubleshooting and Collecting Information of Linux Systems

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5 Responses

  1. sasa says:

    It feels more an article about grep, more and tail comands than about dmesg.

  2. Fernando says:

    I felt a little bit deceived reading this artice..

  3. choudhry says:

    it very very helpfull Thanks

  4. denk_mal says:

    The preferred way to monitor dmesg in realtime is:
    dmesg –follow
    to reduce system load you should use the other two solutions only if the option –follow (or -w) is not part of your dmesg command.

  5. Oscar says:

    Another way of monitoring dmesg in realtime:

    while [ 1 ]; do dmesg -c; done;

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