[CentOS] Boot Log Problems

Steve Brodie ars.k5zyz at gmail.com
Sun Oct 28 12:07:09 UTC 2007


Rob, Howdy from the great state of TEXAS. I have a question for you. So far
no one has had an answer for me..My Centos 5 computer has begun to take a
full second before any key will respond. Type a character (or function) and
it takes a full second to respond. Have you any ideas about how to cancel
this malady? Alas, I have had to resort back to my Dell MX-150 (back-up) and
Windows XP (UGH!)Steve Brodie, ars.k5zyz at gmail.com

On 10/28/07, Robert Slade <centos at likley.co.uk> wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
> I have just updated from CentOS 4 to 5 and I am seeing a problem with
> udev during booting, but I am unable to track it down as it looks like
> the boot.log is not working. The file is there but empty and the
> previous log only lists events up to the point at which I upgraded.
>
> syslog.conf looks ok to me in so much as there is an entry pointing
> to /var/log/boot.log.
>
> Any suggestions as to what I should be looking at?
>
> Rob
>
>
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