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Monitoring ECC in linux

Posted on 2006-04-21
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A couple years ago I worked at a place that had found and used a third party module for the linux 2.4 kernel that let you monitor ECC in real-time for bit errors.  It exposed error coutners through something like /proc/ram.  I was just searching for a similar tool for the 2.6 kernel but I haven't been able to locate anything.  How can I go about monitoring for ECC errors using the 2.6 kernel?
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