IPMI reporting memory errors, logging now disabled...

Jon Etkins jetkins at austinlogistics.com
Tue Apr 18 11:51:16 CDT 2006


OMSA should show you the DIMM details, and will also allow you to clear
the log (and thus re-enable logging)
 


Jon Etkins
Network & IT Administrator
Austin Logistics, Incorporated
(512) 651-5641
www.AustinLogistics.com <http://www.austinlogistics.com/> 
 

 

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From: linux-poweredge-bounces at dell.com
[mailto:linux-poweredge-bounces at dell.com] On Behalf Of Fred Skrotzki
Sent: Tuesday, April 18, 2006 11:47 AM
To: linux-poweredge at dell.com
Subject: IPMI reporting memory errors, logging now disabled...


in reviewing our ipmi error logs I noticed this series of messages from
one of our 1425sc servers
 
SEL Record ID          : 0017
 Record Type           : 02
 Timestamp             : 04/08/2006 05:08:38
 Generator ID          : 00b1
 EvM Revision          : 04
 Sensor Type           : Memory
 Sensor Number         : 01
 Event Type            : Sensor-specific Discrete
 Event Direction       : Assertion Event
 Event Data            : a0f201
 Description           : Correctable ECC
 
SEL Record ID          : 0018
 Record Type           : 02
 Timestamp             : 04/08/2006 05:08:38
 Generator ID          : 00b1
 EvM Revision          : 04
 Sensor Type           : Memory
 Sensor Number         : 01
 Event Type            : Sensor-specific Discrete
 Event Direction       : Assertion Event
 Event Data            : a0f201
 Description           : Correctable ECC
 
SEL Record ID          : 0019
 Record Type           : 02
 Timestamp             : 04/08/2006 05:08:38
 Generator ID          : 00b1
 EvM Revision          : 04
 Sensor Type           : Memory
 Sensor Number         : 01
 Event Type            : Sensor-specific Discrete
 Event Direction       : Assertion Event
 Event Data            : a0f201
 Description           : Correctable ECC
 
SEL Record ID          : 001a
 Record Type           : 02
 Timestamp             : 04/08/2006 05:08:38
 Generator ID          : 00b1
 EvM Revision          : 04
 Sensor Type           : Memory
 Sensor Number         : 01
 Event Type            : Sensor-specific Discrete
 Event Direction       : Assertion Event
 Event Data            : a0f201
 Description           : Correctable ECC
 
SEL Record ID          : 001b
 Record Type           : 02
 Timestamp             : 04/08/2006 05:08:39
 Generator ID          : 00b1
 EvM Revision          : 04
 Sensor Type           : Memory
 Sensor Number         : 01
 Event Type            : Sensor-specific Discrete
 Event Direction       : Assertion Event
 Event Data            : a0f201
 Description           : Correctable ECC
 
SEL Record ID          : 001c
 Record Type           : 02
 Timestamp             : 04/08/2006 05:08:39
 Generator ID          : 00b1
 EvM Revision          : 04
 Sensor Type           : Memory
 Sensor Number         : 01
 Event Type            : Sensor-specific Discrete
 Event Direction       : Assertion Event
 Event Data            : a0f201
 Description           : Correctable ECC
 
SEL Record ID          : 001d
 Record Type           : 02
 Timestamp             : 04/08/2006 05:08:39
 Generator ID          : 00b1
 EvM Revision          : 04
 Sensor Type           : Event Logging Disabled
 Sensor Number         : 06
 Event Type            : Sensor-specific Discrete
 Event Direction       : Assertion Event
 Event Data            : 00ffff
 Description           : Correctable memory error logging disabled
 
 
Ok I'm figuring I have a bad memory Dim.  But I need to know if this was
a one time event or still continuing.  So how do I re-enable logging?
Also is there a way to determine which Dim was causing this error so I
can just replace it...  It is a Production server so I can't take it
down for hours to run memtest86 on it.
 
 

 
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