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decoding mcelog messages

Posted on 2008-10-29
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Hello Experts,

One of our linux server keeps crashing occasionally recently without any warnings. I could not find anything in the syslog files. After reading a bit, i thought i should check mcelog to see if i can spot any error messages. unfortunately i am unable to understand anything from the mcelog file. Could anyone of you see any issue in the mcelog?

I have added the mcelog file with this question.

thanks in advance


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Question by:vamsi_uk
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To me, it looks like there's problem with your RAM.

You can test the systems ram with software like http://www.memtest86.com/
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Btw, memtest86 is a bootable disk.. it's NOT a software to be run from within the operating system.
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