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Re: mcelog?

On Apr 7,  9:48pm, "Aaron J. Grier" wrote:
} On Wed, Mar 20, 2019 at 11:22:13AM -0700, John Nemeth wrote:
} >      I originally posted this on port-amd64, but didn't get any
} > response, so now trying a list with a wider audience.
} > 
} >      One of my Xen hosts has been getting this error a lot:
} > 
} > (XEN) Bank 4: 945a4000fd080813 at        ef3581180
} > (XEN) MCE: polling routine found correctable error.  Use mcelog to parse above e
} > rror output.
} [...]
} >      In any event, if I'm reading the above correctly, I believe
} > that it is telling that there is bad memory?
} which CPU manufacturer and model is this?  memory is just one of many
} possibilities which can generate machine check events.

cpu0: "AMD Opteron(tm) Processor 6386 SE              "
cpu0: AMD Family 15h (686-class)
cpu0: family 0x15 model 0x2 stepping 0 (id 0x600f20)

} are we going to get an MSR interface for NetBSD any time soon?

     That would be nice.

}-- End of excerpt from "Aaron J. Grier"

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