[Linux-PowerEdge] [SUSPECT SPAM] proc err

Patrick Boutilier boutilpj at ednet.ns.ca
Tue Aug 9 11:03:21 CDT 2016

On 08/09/2016 11:34 AM, Dan Young wrote:
> Hi
> Getting proc err on both processors on an old 2850 does let me reboot
> most times
> but locking couple times a day.
> I'm configuring a new server would like to swap coming weekend &
> wondering if it
> is possible to disable a processor in the bios. Anything which may help
> it get
> to the weekend.
> Have upgraded bios and BMC pretty sure it is a motherboard or processor
> issue.
> Thinking if proc & I could disable right one may be a fix til swap servers.
> Any ideas to help it limp home would be appreciated. It can freeze at
> any point while live in boot
> pretty much whenever it feels like it.
> Thanks,
> Dan
> --
> ProWeb Associates, Inc. <http://www.ProWebAssociates.com>
> Phone: 717-207-7125

If you have physical access to the server just pop open the case and 
remove one of the processors.

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