Userspace helper for kernel EDAC drivers
EDAC is the current set of drivers in the Linux kernel that handle
detection of ECC errors from memory controllers for most chipsets
on i386 and x86_64 architectures. This userspace component consists
of an init script which makes sure EDAC drivers and DIMM labels
are loaded at system startup, as well as a library and utility
for reporting current error counts from the EDAC sysfs files.
EDAC (Error Detection and Correction) is a set of Linux kernel
modules that handle reporting of hardware-related errors. Currently
these modules mainly handle detection of ECC memory errors for many
x86 and x86-64 chipsets and PCI bus parity errors.
The edac-utils project currently has three components: libedac,
edac-util, and edac-ctl. The libedac library presents a standard
API for reading EDA
version 0.9 (2007-05-08):
- Add manpages for edac-util(1), edac-ctl(8), and edac(3).
version 0.8 (2007-04-25):
- Issue edac-util "No errors to report" message to stdout not stderr.
version 0.7 (2007-04-18):
- Change default output of edac-util to better identify any failing DIMM(s).
Previous default output can be obtained with --report=simple.
- Fix edac-util --report=full output to inc
EDAC-UTIL(1) EDAC error reporting utility EDAC-UTIL(1)
edac-util - EDAC error reporting utility.
The edac-util program reads information from EDAC (Error
Detection and Correction) drivers in the kernel, using files
exported by these drivers in sysfs. With no options, edac-
EDAC(3) EDAC error reporting library EDAC(3)
libedac - EDAC
EDAC-CTL(8) EDAC admin utility EDAC-CTL(8)
edac-ctl - EDAC
2007-05-07 Mark Grondona <email@example.com>
* src/lib/edac.3.in, src/util/edac-util.1.in,
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