A utility for testing the memory subsystem
This is a userspace utility for testing the memory subsystem for faults.
In comparison to memtest86 you do not need to reboot the computer to test
for memory faults.
Memtester can also be told to test memory starting at a particular
Utility to test for faulty memory subsystem.
by Charles Cazabon <email@example.com>
Copyright 1999 Simon Kirby.
Version 2 Copyright 1999 Charles Cazabon.
Version 3 not publicly released.
Version 4 rewrite:
Copyright 2004-2010 Charles Cazabon.
Licensed under the te
About the Tests
The following tests are from the original version, updated simply for speed
and rewritten to fit the new framework of the program. These tests will
mainly catch memory errors due to bad bits which are permanently stuck high
The following t
memtester(8) Maintenance Commands memtester(8)
memtester - stress test to find memory subsystem faults.
memtester [-p PHYSADDR] <MEMORY> [ITERATIONS]
memtester is an effective userspace tester for stress-testing
the memory subsystem. It is very effective at finding inter‐
mittent and non-deterministic fault
memtester (4.1.3-1) unstable; urgency=low
* New upstream version.
* debian/copyright: correct l
28 February 2010
-fix 64-bit data patterns with some versions of gcc. Thanks: Tony
This package was debianized by:
Oliver Kurth <firstname.lastname@example.org> on Wed, 12 Jun 2002 11:45:20 +02
* On some platforms, a few of the initial output messages don't format
correctly, due to %llu or
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