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SubjectRe: Problems with bluesmoke.c in 2.2.17
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> > b2	-	register valid, uncorrected error, error enabled
> > 0008 - model specific data
> > 0a01 - memory access,
> > generic error
> > l1 cache
> > processor responding to request
>
> Does that mean that processor itself detected that its L1 cache s failing and
> was honest enough to tell the OS?

That is what the MCE feature is meant to do. On current CPU's its not to hot
on reporting errors and recovering but the first stage to that kind of mainframe
level stuff is in current x86 silicon yes

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