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Re: Bad memory?



On Wed, Jul 09, 2003 at 06:38:31PM -0400, Scott Walker wrote:
> Has anyone seen these errors before:
> 
> 
> -- CPU[0]: Correctable ECC Error AFSR[100000] AFAR[00000000065b96f0]
> UDBL[ff] UDBH[1a1]
> CPU[0]: UDBH Syndrome[11] Memory Module "U0601"
> CPU[0]: Correctable ECC Error AFSR[100000] AFAR[00000000065b96f0]
> UDBL[ff] UDBH[1a1]
> CPU[0]: UDBH Syndrome[11] Memory Module "U0601"
> CPU[0]: Correctable ECC Error AFSR[100000] AFAR[00000000065b96f0]
> UDBL[ff] UDBH[1a1]
> CPU[0]: UDBH Syndrome[11] Memory Module "U0601"
> CPU[0]: Correctable ECC Error AFSR[100000] AFAR[00000000065b96f0]
> UDBL[ff] UDBH[1a1]
> CPU[0]: UDBH Syndrome[11] Memory Module "U0601"
> CPU[0]: Correctable ECC Error AFSR[100000] AFAR[00000000065b96f0]
> UDBL[ff] UDBH[1a1]
> CPU[0]: UDBH Syndrome[11] Memory Module "U0601"
> CPU[0]: Correctable ECC Error AFSR[100000] AFAR[00000000065b96f0]
> UDBL[ff] UDBH[1a1]
> CPU[0]: UDBH Syndrome[11] Memory Module "U0601"
> 
> Scott Walker <crimson@unspeakable.org>

I've seen it on a few Ultra30's and have just ignored it. The memory
module in my message was even incorrect. I had no module in that
position.

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