Re: noisy edac

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On Monday 30 January 2006 15:44, Gunther Mayer wrote:
> >For each individual type of error that is specific to a particular
> >low-level chipset driver (e752x, amd76x, etc.) there could be an entry
> >in the appropriate part of the sysfs hierarchy under the given chipset
> >driver.  This entry could have several settings that the user may choose
> >from such as { ignore, syslog, panic }.  For the implementation, there
> >could be a generic piece of code in the core EDAC module that a chipset
> >driver calls into.  The generic code would do the dirty work of creating
> >the sysfs entries (and destroying them when the chipset module is
> >unloading).  How does this sound?
> Over-Engineered.

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