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You might like to try replacing the DIMM in question (CPU 0, SOCKET 8) and seeing whether the MCE messages continue to be generated. The mcelog package comes configured with some default thresholds for various MCE events that occur over time. Check out /etc/mcelog/mcelog.conf for details. For memory page errors the threshold is 10 events over 24 hours. ...


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Well, the mcelog website lays it out for you: The mcelog daemon accounts memory and some other errors errors in various ways. mcelog --client can be used to query a running daemon.


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You can probably diagnose this... Logs indicate a thermal issue. CPU paste, heatsink, cooling, etc. But here's the Pro answer: What's the replacement cost? Is the impact of unexpected downtime worth enough to the end/business-users to just replace the setup with known-good server-class hardware? Is the outage time needed to do a proper diagnosis of the ...


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The system is telling you it's logging hardware errors, have you looked at them? May 21 16:06:52 hostname kernel: [ 5399.816039] mce: [Hardware Error]: Machine check events logged Reference: Ubuntu man page for mcelog.



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