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Old 01-27-2008, 08:05 PM   #1
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CMC interrupt signal

Hi all, is anyone familiar with the patch for ia64? Or is the patch called ia64? I am not very sure. It is supposed to control the flooding of CMC interrupt signal so that server will not hang. Right now one of my servers has been experiencing flooding of CMC interrupt signal due to Kingston RAM, which doesn't have the EEC feature. With CMC interrupt signal, does it mean the RAM is damaged? When the hwardware engineer came to check, all hardware was healthy and active. The next question is, where do i get the ia64? One of my servers has it but i think it has not been compiled because i see only the Makefile in the folders. How do i compile? i tried typing make but it doesn't work with all sorts of error messages like no rule to make target etc. Any idea or leads?


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