Thread: PRS-T1 Enormous battery drain
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Old 08-10-2012, 09:11 PM   #9
altruizine
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I have run into the exact same problem as described in the original posting. But unlike RhialtoFalu, I cannot seem to resolve it.

Flushing the log doesn't seem to work for me. Neither running "logcat" nor the "pastlog" command work: Instead, both commands hang hard and and cannot be killed; I have to close the terminal after running them. :-(

Maybe it's possible to clear out the log manually... Any idea where it is kept? The debug messages appear in a source code file linux-2.6.35.3/drivers/staging/pastlog/mmc_past.c, so it's perhaps a static flash partition?
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