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From: "Leif Sawyer" <lsawyer@...>
Subject: RE: Correctable ECC Error question...
Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2008 16:10:07 -0900
> From: Hamish Greig [mailto:hgreig@...] 
> Leif Sawyer wrote:
> > Is there a way to map the information given by the ECC error into a 
> > specific RAM module on my UltraSparc 2?
> > 
> > Jan  8 20:21:46 wormhole kernel: CPU[1]: Correctable ECC Error 
> > AFSR[100000] AFAR[0000000046592940] UDBL[0] UDBH[0] TL>1[0]
> > 
> > Jan  8 21:57:17 wormhole kernel: CPU[1]: Correctable ECC Error 
> > AFSR[100000] AFAR[0000000046592940] UDBL[0] UDBH[0] TL>1[0]
> > 
> > (message repeats, exactly, except for timestamps, 11 more times)
> > 
> 
> http://dlc.sun.com/pdf/802-2561-11/802-2561-11.pdf
> 

Sure, service manual works great for Sun error codes, but I'm
trying to map the linux error code into the sparc line.

And what I -don't- see, aside from the register information,
is what the -address- of the fault was.  Or maybe that's encoded
somehow in the statis bit?

I did try google to figure it out, but only found solaris references
that showed I should be seing and address, and linux folks asking
the same questions.

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