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dmesg /var/log/messages errors

asked 2018-06-19 08:24:37 -0600

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updated 2018-06-19 08:55:04 -0600

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dmesg - this is a segment of the dmesg output - these errors are all that are there.

[ 2045.119033] rc rc1: error -5
[ 2045.119884] rc rc2: error -5
[ 2045.127126] rc rc0: error -5
[ 2045.207109] rc rc3: error -5
[ 2045.223042] rc rc2: error -5
[ 2045.223950] rc rc1: error -5
[ 2045.232031] rc rc0: error -5
[ 2045.311056] rc rc3: error -5
[ 2045.327174] rc rc1: error -5
[ 2045.328046] rc rc2: error -5

/var/log/messages - the same thing

Jun 18 23:37:48 htd kernel: rc rc0: error -5
Jun 18 23:37:48 htd kernel: rc rc2: error -5
Jun 18 23:37:48 htd kernel: rc rc1: error -5
Jun 18 23:37:48 htd kernel: rc rc3: error -5
Jun 18 23:37:48 htd kernel: rc rc2: error -5
Jun 18 23:37:48 htd kernel: rc rc0: error -5
Jun 18 23:37:49 htd kernel: rc rc3: error -5
Jun 18 23:37:49 htd kernel: rc rc1: error -5
Jun 18 23:37:49 htd kernel: rc rc0: error -5
Jun 18 23:37:49 htd kernel: rc rc2: error -5
Jun 18 23:37:49 htd kernel: rc rc1: error -5

Any help will be appreciated.

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answered 2018-06-20 01:46:43 -0600

abadrinath gravatar image

The IR driver's going haywire, probably. Try blacklisting it.

Maybe take a screencap of your lsmod and I would be able to tell you which ones to blacklist.

The repeated error messages are normal and happen as long as the error persists; this doesn't seem like a system-breaking error, so you should be fine. Looks like normal behavior to me.

Not Fedora, but you could check this out: https://forum.armbian.com/topic/2076-..., he seems to be having the same issue as you.

Hope that helps!

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answered 2018-06-19 14:12:58 -0600

ed209 gravatar image

Could be an ir controller. Check out https://www.mail-archive.com/users@li...

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answered 2018-06-19 15:29:58 -0600

sideburns gravatar image

Welcome to ask.fedora! I don't know what those errors mean (I'm more software than hardware.) but I do know why you're seeing them in both places. All kernel messages go to a ring buffer, and are copied to /var/log/messages and/or the journal as time and resources permit. Those messages stay in the buffer after transfer, until a newer message overwrites it, so it's not unusual to see things like this if the kernel has little to say, or the system's been too busy to transfer everything. Don't worry about the duplicates, they're not an indication of a major problem, just the system working the way it's supposed to.

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