Logger: ignoring 'We found a custom integration' doesn't seem to work


I’m probably doing something wrong here, but for the life of me I can’t seem to get the logger component to ignore the ‘We found a custom integration’ warning.
My config:

  default: warning
    homeassistant.components.http.ban: warning
      # This can happen during restart having Ingress tabs open.
      - "Error doing job: Task exception was never retrieved"
      - "We found a custom integration.*"

And my logging cleary states the following:

WARNING (SyncWorker_5) [homeassistant.loader] We found a custom integration X

What am I missing here?

I’m pretty sure dev doesn’t want those hidden. They denote a nonsupported system.

(read: technically you’d have to uninstall those custom components and reproduce the issue before submitting a bug.)

As.such they’re not warnings for you but rather for a technician assisting with that install who would need such information. I have a dozen or so spin off in a list when iI reboot mine. So… Why? Is it you just don’t want to see them?

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Sounds reasonable to me.
I just wanted them removed to make troubleshooting for issues easier and to have less bloat messages flying around.
I know I installed the components so this seemed like pretty safe warnings to hide.
But I’ll just let them sit there then, maybe I just bump the default logging to a higher level.

I raised the default logging level to error, but they still appeared. :roll_eyes: