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Re: correctable memory errors

* Ben Collins <bcollins@debian.org> [020303 22:26]:
> On Mon, Mar 04, 2002 at 12:23:05AM -0500, Mario Lombardo wrote:
> > I have UDBH syndrome[1b] memory module [U0501 U0401]
> > coming up in my console.  I'm running 2.2r5 on a dual-300 
> > ultrasparc2.  I've seen some stuff doing a general search on the 
> > Internet, but can someone tell me where I can find there 
> > modules...let's say facing the computer from the front--looking 
> > downwards into the memory bay?
> Those are the memory modules. Their just like any other RAM stick on
> your board. Look for the markings on the motherboard next to the memory
> lots for the U0501 and U0401 designations.
> I have this same thing on an Ultra30. Had the messages for 2 years now,
> with no problems (other than the messages to the screen).

Yep... here's a pretty picture with the location of those SIMMs:

> > Also, where can I read more info?  Field service manual?
> Dunno.

Sun has make the "Sun System Handbook" (formerly the Field Engineer's
Handbook) available online at http://sunsolve.sun.com/handbook_pub/ ...

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