Daniel L. Appleget
daniel at chattanoogacomputerservice.com
Wed Feb 6 17:03:23 UTC 2013
I did play the swappy-swappy game but I will do it again to make sure.
On 2/6/2013 11:26 AM, Dave Brockman wrote:
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>> Yes, luckily the server was not in use, so I pulled all ram. 2 x
>> 2gb. I took it home and put it in a non ecc mobo and ran Memtest86+
>> on both with no errors.
>> I welcome your thoughts on my methodology.
> I would like to point out only that if you test in a non-ECC MLB, you
> can't test the ECC logic, and I believe ECC tests are part of Dell's
> POST processes. I'd test in another server/ECC supporting MLB if at
> all possible. Did you swap the DIMM slots in the Dell to see if the
> server side failures followed the DIMM across slots? I apologize, I
> don't recall you mentioning whether you had or not.
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