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You would use a tool to check out the correct code.
The [git hash] would be the hash from most recent Linus tree. The [file number] would be the hash of the filename.
You could also assign a more permanent number by looking at the git hash for the patch which added the printk(). You could look the permentent number up on google or in your binder.
Actually the [git hash] would be stored in a file under /sys.
Organizing kernel messages
Posted Oct 4, 2010 17:02 UTC (Mon) by Lennie (subscriber, #49641)
But it is not useful to everyone.
It would only be useful as a (distribution)support or admin-tool.
If you are a kernel developer it wouldn't help you much.
To me, this seems fine, but maybe not for the people working on this.
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