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    kernel error i2c sendbytes: NAK bailout.

    How can I stop my server logs from being flooded with error messages due to the monitor being powered off:

    maj 20 11:27:04 ubuntu kernel: i2c i2c-4: sendbytes: NAK bailout.
    maj 20 11:27:04 ubuntu kernel: [drm:radeon_vga_detect [radeon]] *ERROR* VGA-1: probed a monitor but no|invalid EDID

    And yes, I know that the simplest answers are: turn on the power or disconnect the cable connecting the monitor to the server.

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    Re: kernel error i2c sendbytes: NAK bailout.

    What problem do those messages in your logs pose? Asking because there's probably a better way to solve it than "make them stop appearing".

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    Re: kernel error i2c sendbytes: NAK bailout.

    These messages constitute approximately 60% of all logs. A bit too much for me.

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    Re: kernel error i2c sendbytes: NAK bailout.

    Quote Originally Posted by kompas-spj View Post
    These messages constitute approximately 60% of all logs. A bit too much for me.
    I mean, why is this a problem? Are you constrained for a few megabytes of disk space? Why not just ignore them?

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