Re: raid5:md3: read error corrected , followed by , Machine Check Exception: .

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On Sat, 14 Jul 2007, Mr. James W. Laferriere wrote:

Hello All , I was under the impression that a 'machine check' would be caused by some near to the CPU hardware failure , Not a bad disk ? I was also under the impression that software raid s/b a little more resilient than this . But then maybe one or the other of the subsystems walked all over the other one trying to correct itself . Who knows . The below is ALL I'll be able to get . A log of a previous boot is available at ...
http://www.baby-dragons.com/test-2.6.21.5-mptscsi-4.00.10.00-2007006161326.log
Looks like /dev/sdd is on its way out, repace the drive?  I'm not sure
however why you'd get those MCEs at the end unless you really have bad
CPUs or memory in the system?

Justin.


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