Background info: Trying to get the i82975x module (drivers/edac/i82975x normally) on CentOS 5.4I'm using the latest stock kernel. I was trying to get edac monitoring working when I... [by xnoodle]
on 02/18/2010 – Made popular on 02/18/2010
I booted my work computer this morning, and I would get messages saying that /tmp and /home could not be mounted, and either to press S to stop mounting or press M for manual recovery. I tried to wait out, as well as skipping or manual recovery.
How can I monitor if there are any errors in RAM that get corrected by ECC? The processor is an Intel Xeon (Ivy Bridge) processor, the operating system is Scientific Linux 6.3. On a previous system I had an AMD CPU, and on that system I could use edac-util to get this info, and it would also issue alerts to the kernel log.