> > a. If someone won't read the help text, how can we help them?
> > b. If we make a 2 GB log buffer size a compile-time error, will
> > they read that?
> > c. If we make it a compile-time warning, will they read that?
> > d. What limit(s) do you suggest? I can try to add some limits.
> > e. This kind of config limiting should be done in the config system IMO.
> > I've asked Roman for that capability....
> Here's a patch that limits kernel log buffer size to 1 MB max.
I liked points (a) and (e) above.
I say if users cannot bother to read the documentation and understanding
things, why are they compiling a kernel?
And if we are going to implement parameters bounds checking it should be
done in kconfig. There are a few other places that want it, too.
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