Re: 2.6.0-test4 and hardware reports a non fatal incident
Date: Thu Aug 28 2003 - 17:23:35 EST
On Thu, 28 Aug 2003 20:02:00 +0100 Matt Gibson <gothick@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
| On Thursday 28 Aug 2003 16:46, Randy.Dunlap wrote:
| > Use "parsemce" from here:
| > http://www.codemonkey.org.uk/projects/parsemce/
| > to decode it.
| Hi Randy,
| I'm guessing it'll parse it
| from one format I don't have a clue about into a more verbose format I don't
| have a clue about ;-)
That was insightful. :(
| The format seems to have changed rather a lot since that was written. All I
| get is:
| Aug 17 11:25:13 codewave kernel: MCE: The hardware reports a non fatal,
| correctable incident occurred on CPU 0.
| Aug 17 11:25:13 codewave kernel: Bank 0: dc0000000000050b
| ...but what parsemce seems to be expecting is:
| Sample kernel output..
| Sep 4 21:43:41 hamlet kernel: CPU 0: Machine Check Exception:
| Sep 4 21:43:41 hamlet kernel: Bank 1: f600200000000152 at 7600200000000152
| Sep 4 21:43:41 hamlet kernel: Bank 2: d40040000000017a at 540040000000017a
| Sep 4 21:43:41 hamlet kernel: Kernel panic: CPU context corrupt
| As a result, I'm still no more enlightened. I can't quite figure out from
| reading the parser what values to put where, as it seems to expect a few
| more than I have. Any tips?
Yes, the kernel has decided that your processor only has 1 Bank of
MCE register data to report. I don't know how/why. Sorry.
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