I know what
whoopsie is from the answers to What is the 'whoopsie' process and how can I remove it?
I do not want to stop error reporting, as I think that error reporting is the minimum a user should do to try to help Ubuntu. But since the upgrade to 13.10,
whoopsie has grown up quite chatty. I have literally hundreds of messages like that in my logs:
SYS: Nov 4 14:40:48 samsung-romano whoopsie: online SYS: Nov 4 14:41:56 whoopsie: last message repeated 4 times SYS: Nov 4 14:42:56 whoopsie: last message repeated 2 times SYS: Nov 4 14:43:56 whoopsie: last message repeated 2 times SYS: Nov 4 14:44:56 whoopsie: last message repeated 2 times % zgrep whoopsie /var/log/syslog*gz | wc -l 773
Is there a way to tell
whoopsie to be less verbose?
(the funny output format is from SLogger, a homemade program to check system log files I wrote ages ago, but this is basically the content of