I've got a server and when it is under load it gives Northbridge /ECC errors. I've been told that this a common error with older AMD servers that has no negative effect. And that most people disable these warnings. That the problem is in the north bridge and not the memory.
Is that correct? How can I disable these errors from polluting my console window.
The memory modules have been replaced but that didn't fix the problem.
kernel:[13219615.632031] [Hardware Error]: MC4_STATUS: Corrected error, other errors lost: yes, CPU context corrupt: no, CECC Error
kernel:[13219615.632057] [Hardware Error]: Northbridge Error, node 6: DRAM ECC error detected on the NB.
kernel:[13219615.632080] [Hardware Error]: Transaction: RD (MEM), no timeout, Cache Level: L3/GEN, Participating Processor: SRC