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I suggest that you test the hardware. You can use 'memtest86'. But this would require the server to be taken down and launched locally. Run the test as long as you can or until errors out. If it's a bad cell or stick then replacement is the best option.
The above link and others can be found at 'Slackware-Links'. More than just SlackwareŽ links!
Gee, you think that a Bad Memory Module error could be because of a hardware problem?? Really??? The message is very, VERY obvious, as it was in your OTHER thread about the exact same thing.
so please give me a solution how to solve this.
We did, but you're obviously having problems understanding it. IF YOU HAVE BROKEN HARDWARE, YOU REPLACE THE BROKEN PARTS. There's nothing else you can do, no magical command, on any OS, is going to 'fix' a piece of broken hardware.
And is necessary to reconfigure the memory modele? If yes can u please give me the steps to reconfigure the memory module.
This is essentially the same thing you asked in your other thread. Don't know what you're expecting to get, but if you've got broken hardware, you have one choice: FIX IT.