PE2650 : Which RAM module is bad ?

Robert_Macaulay@DELL.com Robert_Macaulay at DELL.com
Thu Mar 27 19:52:00 CST 2003


If you have OMSA loaded and running on the box(which you can do w/out
shutting down the system), you can use omreport to get the info
omreport system esmlog

Or you can use the web gui for omsa to view the logs there as well. The log
should identify the RAM module. The webgui should answer on
https://servername:1311/. Login to it as root like you'd log into the
console.

robert

-----Original Message-----
From: Philippe Gramoullé [mailto:philippe.gramoulle at mmania.com]
Sent: Thursday, March 27, 2003 11:15 AM
To: Poweredge Mailing List
Subject: PE2650 : Which RAM module is bad ?



Hi,

On one of our PE2650 LCD, we saw this today:

E0CF5
LOG DISABLE SBE

The doc says that it is a bad memory module.

Is there a simple way to know which one it is ?
(Idealy, with not shutting down the system, like for example to run
memtest86)

Thanks,

Philippe

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