report kernel-detected PCI and ECC RAM errors
DescriptionThis package contains the user-space utilities for use with the EDAC kernel subsystem. EDAC (Error Detection and Correction) is a set of Linux kernel modules for handling hardware-related errors. Currently its major focus is ECC memory error handling. However it also detects and reports PCI bus parity errors. PCI parity errors are supported on all architectures (and are a mandatory part of the PCI specification). Main memory ECC drivers are memory controller specific. At the time of writing, drivers exist for many x86-specific chipsets and CPUs, and some PowerPC, and MIPS systems. This package provides command lines tools
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