Subject: Re: unexpected machine checks
To: Andrei A. Dergatchev <A.Dergatchev@tn.utwente.nl>
From: Nick <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/12/2001 19:02:56
On Sat, Jan 13, 2001 at 12:51:45AM +0100, Andrei A. Dergatchev wrote:
> Machine checks are of four (4) types, as in the following table:
> Code Reason Example or Common Cause
> ==== ====== =======================
> 620 System Correctable correctable errors in the memory
> eg single bit ECC errors, detected
> async to
> processor execution
> 630 Processor Correctable correctable cache and TLB errors,
> internally by the processor
> 660 System Uncorrectable unrecoverable memory errors
> 670 Processor Uncorrectable unrecoverable cache or TLB errors, or
> read of a non-existent I/O space
Thanks for the helpful table! If this keeps happening I may try to
reseat the memory.
> Perhaps it is just any load that will cause problems.
It appears to only happen while the machine is being used heavily.
Maybe it is load related.