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PCI parity errors are supported on all architectures (and are a mandatory part of the PCI specification).
Main memory ECC drivers are memory controller specific. At the time of writing, drivers exist for many x86-specific chipsets and CPUs, and some PowerPC, and MIPS systems.
This package includes shared library with debugging symbols not stripped
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 more»
version 0.12 (2008-02-08): - The edac-ctl script is no longer responsible for the load and unload of EDAC drivers. The drivers will automatically be loaded in most current distributions. - The "edac" init script no longer does anything unless EDAC_DRIVER is set in /etc/sysconfig/edac (or equivalent). Set EDAC_DRIVER to the driver name to load if drivers aren't being automatically lo more»
edac-utils (0.12-1) unstable; urgency=low * New upstream release: - installation of udev rules for edac-utils - init file does nothing by default * Boosted policy version to 3.7.3 (no changes) * Build-depends on chrpath to fight rpath -- Yaroslav Halchenko <firstname.lastname@example.org> Thu, 19 Jun 2008 01:13:42 -0400 edac-utils (0.10-2) unstable; urgency=low * Init script fixes: no more»
2008-02-08 Mark Grondona <email@example.com> * : tag v0.12. 2008-02-08 Mark Grondona <mgrondona@ more»
- Replace label and driver database parsing code with something more robust (Probably lex/yacc). more»
Mark Grondona <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This package was originally debianized by Tim Small <email@example.com> on Thu, 21 Jun 2007 17:21 more»