Dear freshmeat.net subscriber,
andikleen just announced version 1.0pre2 of mcelog on freshmeat.net.
The changes are as follows:
This is a test release towards 1.0. It should become 1.0 with minimal
changes after some more testing. The 1.0 stream has lots of changes
over older releases: new Intel CPU support, a daemon mode, memory DIMM
error tracking, support for bad page offlining using predictive failure
analysis (together with a 2.6.33 Linux kernel), a test suite, and much
more. Note that the 0.9 stream has been abandoned.
mcelog decodes machine check events (hardware
errors) on x86-64 machines running a 64-bit Linux
kernel. It should be run regularly as a cron job on
any x86-64 Linux system (if it is not in the default packages on your x86-64
distribution, please complain to your distributor). It can also decode machine
check panic messages from console logs.
Detailed history and release notes are available here:
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