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SubjectRe: ECC error in 2.5.64 + some patches
Am Donnerstag, 27. März 2003 18:00 schrieb Chris Wedgwood:

> > Message from syslogd@slovax at Thu Mar 27 05:53:49 2003 ...
> > slovax kernel: Bank 1: 9000000000000151
> Status: (9000000000000151) Restart IP valid.
> *Exactly* what this means I don't know --- but I'm guessing the CPU is
> overheating. Check fans, air-flow, etc. and see if that helps. So
> far whenever I've seen the above problem it's *ALWAYS* been related to
> the CPU getting too hot.

Well the internal busses and buffers of modern CPU's and in many cases also
the on-die caches have ECC logic. And if i should hazard a guess: "Restart
IP valid" => Restarted Instruction Pre-Fetch resulted in a valid state of the
pre-fetch queue.

In Larry's case i'd remove the cpu cooler, clean everything and reassemble,
since i would assume that there is a hot-spot on the die.

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year find you a better man. (Benjamin Franklin, 1706-1790)

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