Subject: Re: unexpected machine check on AlphaStation 500
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: ITOH Yasufumi <email@example.com>
Date: 08/03/2001 09:45:54
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> I should also note that if you have a kernel built from sources after
> July 3, the machine check handler will print out the machine check
> code, which is located at param + 0x10; you should also be able to
> examine it from ddb or SRM.
I tried with newer kernel.
unexpected machine check:
mces = 0x1
vector = 0x670
param = 0xfffffc0000006060
pc = 0xfffffc00003002d8
ra = 0xfffffc00003003e0
code = 0x98
curproc = 0xfffffc000703e2f0
pid = 485, comm = skkdic-sort
So the check is reporting...
> 0x98 Processor Detected Hard error
Hmm, what is detected?
In article <email@example.com>
> The 500/600 line has a pdf document from DEC on cgd's documentation
> It does describe the logout frame in enough detail to write the
> as500/600 version of the code I wrote for the as200.
The logout frame seems similar to the ev5 one.
Okay, I'll try and write some code in the weekend.