[Beowulf] ECC exerciser/exorciser?
Robert G. Brown
rgb at phy.duke.edu
Mon Jan 26 14:13:40 EST 2009
On Mon, 26 Jan 2009, Tony Travis wrote:
> Robert G. Brown wrote:
>> On Mon, 26 Jan 2009, Mark Hahn wrote:
>>> - do you have or know of a good exerciser for testing ECC's? yes, I know
>>> about memtest86, but I'm more curious about a load that could be run under
>>> linux. my thinking is that ecc's are triggered by bad reads, so something
>>> which allocates all memory and then continually reads it would be best.
>> I've never tried "allocating all memory", but you can definitely do
>> things close to what you want to do with benchmaster:
> Another possibility for exercising memory is "stream":
Ya. Benchmaster contains stream.
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