On 9/30/19 12:51 AM, JH wrote:
Could anyone give some insights on what connmand -d differs to
connmand -n running by systemctl? From reading the documentation, my
understanding is it should be identical except increasing debug level
to printing out more debug messages, but the systemd service connmand
-n incapable of bringing my LTE modem up makes my wandering what I
could get wrong here, could the connman -n service messages be blocked
by journal logs? Appreciate anyone helps to fix it,
Yes the behavior of ConnMan doesn't change with or without '-d'. It
executes the exact same code. It's more like enabling a fancy function
I don't know if journald blocks if the logging store gets full or not.
But you could try to increase the log buffer for testing. Just to rule
out this problem.