[CentOS] "Treason uncloaked!"

Ralph Angenendt ra+centos at br-online.de
Thu Sep 25 22:24:56 UTC 2008


Jim Perrin wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 25, 2008 at 5:15 AM, John R Pierce <pierce at hogranch.com> wrote:
>> got a centos5.2 web/database server thats on a public coloc, its dmesg
>> fills
>> up with
>> TCP: Treason uncloaked! Peer 84.158.80.177:61931/8032 shrinks window
>> 3243232020:3243237180. Repaired.
>>
>> I know thats because of random bogosity coming in from the internet, and I
>> really don't care.   can I suppress that from filling up the dmesg buffer 
>> so I can see more important things like scsi soft errors?
> 
> You can filter these messages to their own log when using rsyslog and
> its regex features.

No, you can't. Those messages turn up in the kernel ring buffer (aka dmesg). I
don't find anything in the rsyslog (or rklogd) manual page on filtering or
redirecting those.

I might be wrong, but ...

Cheers,

Ralph
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