Folks, I am a total Linux n00b. I am trying to deploy mcelog on one of my computing nodes running PUIAS 6.4 (i86_64) [root@lov3 edac]# uname -a Linux lov3.mylab.org 2.6.32-358.18.1.el6.x86_64 #1 ...
I'm exploring whether it's worth deploying mcelog on physical RHEL machines. These machines are about 90% Dell and so we can see them in OpenManage and OM is configured to send alerts for various ...
I've noticed a bunch of errors that just recently appeared in /var/log/messages on one of our servers (below). However, the mce client seems to be less certain of the error source than the decoded ...
Is mcelog a daemon, a cron job, or what? How do I force a check? What other ways are there to scan for hardware errors on linux?
What should I check/replace first in response to mcelog “Memory address parity error” / MEMORY CONTROLLER AC_CHANNEL0_ERR messages
I have a server that kernel panics every few days. mcelog tells me: Hardware event. This is not a software error. MCE 0 CPU 6 BANK 8 MISC 0 TIME 1317928482 Thu Oct 6 15:14:42 2011 MCG status: MCi ...