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How to Calculate the Correct Failing Memory Address from EDAC on Oracle AMD-based Systems (Doc ID 1344584.1)

Last updated on MARCH 23, 2018

Applies to:

Sun Blade 8000 System - Version Not Applicable and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

How to obtain a failing address from the following output to use with the "herd -e" command for systems running Linux:

Jul 11 10:52:41 hostname kernel: EDAC MC3: CE page 0xc8c996, offset 0xa48, grain 8, syndrome 0x8088, row 2, channel 0, label "": k8_edac
Jul 11 10:52:41 hostname kernel: EDAC MC3: CE - no information available: k8_edac Error Overflow set
Jul 11 10:52:41 hostname kernel: EDAC k8 MC3: extended error code: ECC chipkill x4 error
Jul 11 10:52:42 hostname kernel: EDAC k8 MC3: general bus error: participating processor(local node response), time-out(no timeout) 
memory transaction type(generic read), mem or i/o(mem access), cache level(generic)
Jul 11 10:52:42 hostname kernel: EDAC MC3: CE page 0x1062b94, offset 0x0, grain 8, syndrome 0xe0ed, row 2, channel 0, label "": k8_edac
Jul 11 10:52:42 hostname kernel: EDAC MC3: CE - no information available: k8_edac Error Overflow set
Jul 11 10:52:42 hostname kernel: EDAC k8 MC3: extended error code: ECC chipkill x4 error
Jul 11 10:52:43 hostname kernel: EDAC k8 MC3: general bus error: participating processor(local node response), time-out(no timeout) 
memory transaction type(generic read), mem or i/o(mem access), cache level(generic)
Jul 11 10:52:43 hostname kernel: EDAC MC3: CE page 0x107dc95, offset 0x40, grain 8, syndrome 0x2021, row 2, channel 0, label "": k8_edac
Jul 11 10:52:43 hostname kernel: EDAC k8 MC3: extended error code: ECC chipkill x4 error






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