On 10/1/19, Daniel Wagner <wagi(a)monom.org> wrote:
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
That completed puzzled me, the LTE modem could not be up until I run
systemctl stop connman and connmand -d. It is the latest version 1.36.
I don't know if journald blocks if the logging store gets full or
But you could try to increase the log buffer for testing. Just to rule
out this problem.
Changed journald log buffer size, it did not help. Any suggestion how
to debug and fix it?
Thank you Daniel.