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[opensuse] Bad RAM support
  • From: "Daniel Antonio Peraza Cedrez" <danielperaza.mailinglists@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 9 Mar 2007 21:15:01 -0400
  • Message-id: <92c5381f0703091715y4f390c18qe362aaaf076f9a7@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Hi. I tested my RAM memory with memtest86, which is included in 10.2
DVD and my memory failed to pass the 2nd test. I have detected the
damaged module, but I read in the website of memtest that it was "able
to create patterns used by the Linux BadRAM feature. This slick
feature allows Linux to avoid bad memory pages". The question is if
kernel-default provides that BadRAM feature and how could I configure
my system to use it.

Thanks.
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