PSH: Memory Mapping for x64 Platforms (Doc ID 1005279.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 16, 2016

Applies to:

Sun Fire V20z Server - Version: Not Applicable and later   [Release: N/A and later ]
Sun Fire V40z Server - Version: Not Applicable and later    [Release: N/A and later]
Sun Fire X4100 Server - Version: Not Applicable and later    [Release: N/A and later]
Sun Java Workstation W1100z - Version: Not Applicable and later    [Release: N/A and later]
Sun Fire X4100 M2 Server - Version: Not Applicable and later    [Release: N/A and later]
Oracle Solaris on x86 (32-bit)
Oracle Solaris on x86-64 (64-bit)
All Platforms
OpenSolaris
Oracle Solaris Express

Symptoms

Solaris[TM] Operating System for x64 Platforms FMA (Fault Management Architecture) or PSH (Predictive Self Healing) messaging calls out faulted Memory Modules as DIMM=0, DIMM=1, etc. Not all Sun AMD systems physically label or silkscreen Memory Modules starting with DIMM0. Please reference your specific system/platform, found in the resolution section, to show it's Memory Module layouts.

Changes

Dependant on platform and Solaris version.

Cause

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