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What does the message "dbglog_ratelimit_print: XXX callbacks suppressed. " log means?

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TitleWhat does the message "dbglog_ratelimit_print: XXX callbacks suppressed. " log means?
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What does the message "dbglog_ratelimit_print: XXX callbacks suppressed. " log means?
Environment
  • All Summit WM3000 Series Controllers
  • ExtremeWiNG Controllers
  • WirelessWiNG Controllers
  • ExtremeWiNG Access Points
  • WirelessWiNG Acess Points
  • WiNG v5.X Software
  • AP76XX
  • AP7632
  • WiNG 5.9.1.5
Answer
These warning indicates that AP is unable to write some of the logs with a specified amount of time. Radio is writing logs in the file and it is designed such a way that radio supposed to write certain amount of logs in certain duration, if logs could not be written on that duration we will show such kernel warning with number of missed logs. This is not affecting the AP operation.
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