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SubjectRe: Machine check 2.6.13.3 dual opteron
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Doug Thompson wrote:
> I got an ASUS A8V-E with a 3500+ CPU, 2 GB of ram. I have had not problem with it.
>
> I run Bluesmoke on it (bluesmoke.sourceforge.net), which is renamed EDAC in a submission for
> inclusion in the kernel (hopefully 2.6.16). Bluesmoke, scans the the K8's Memory controller
> looking for Correctable Errors that occur. The idea is that detection correctable errors and
> replacing memory can reduce sudden uncorrectable errors.
>
> But your problem seems generated by the motherboard, no memory. SOMETHING is not quite right.
>
> doug t

HI Doug,

I'll be sure to take a look at Bluesmoke / EDAC. Thanks!

Now, I'd best go to bed or Santa won't come to my house. :-)

Andy


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Andy Stewart, Founder
Worcester Linux Users' Group
Worcester, MA, USA
http://www.wlug.org

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