Log Machine Check Events

mcelog retrieves machine check events from an x86-64 kernel in a cron
job, decodes them, and logs them to /var/log/mcelog.

A machine check event is a hardware error detected by the CPU.

It should run on any x86-64 system.

In addition, it allows decoding machine check kernel panic messages.

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Source Files
Filename Size Changed
README.email_setup 0000002735 2.67 KB about 10 years
Start-consolidating-AMD-specific-stuff.patch 0000018744 18.3 KB over 4 years
add-defines.patch 0000001717 1.68 KB over 6 years
add-f10h-support.patch 0000017808 17.4 KB over 4 years
add-f11h-support.patch 0000003075 3 KB over 4 years
add-f12h-support.patch 0000002792 2.73 KB over 4 years
add-f14h-support.patch 0000004606 4.5 KB over 4 years
add-f15h-support.patch 0000006540 6.39 KB over 4 years
add-f16h-support.patch 0000003775 3.69 KB over 4 years
email.patch 0000012815 12.5 KB over 4 years
fix_setgroups_missing_call.patch 0000001066 1.04 KB over 4 years
mcelog-1.2.9.tar.bz2 0000282684 276 KB over 4 years
mcelog-skylake.patch 0000012817 12.5 KB over 4 years
mcelog-socket-path.patch 0000000407 407 Bytes about 6 years
mcelog.changes 0000011603 11.3 KB over 4 years
mcelog.spec 0000004069 3.97 KB over 4 years
mcelog.sysconfig 0000000386 386 Bytes over 9 years
mcelog.systemd 0000000325 325 Bytes over 4 years
mcelog.tmpfiles 0000000030 30 Bytes about 6 years
mcelog_invert_prefill_db_warning.patch 0000000750 750 Bytes over 4 years
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