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Old 05-05-2008, 06:22 PM
Gregor
 
Default Kernel reporting errors

Hi.

Since some time I am receiving some PCI Errors from the Kernel (from dmesg).

[ 1187.782720] +------ PCI-Express Device Error ------+
[ 1187.782720] Error Severity : Uncorrected (Non-Fatal)
[ 1187.782720] PCIE Bus Error type : Transaction Layer
[ 1187.782720] Flow Control Protocol : Multiple
[ 1187.782720] Receiver ID : 0010
[ 1187.782720] VendorID=1106h, DeviceID=a238h, Bus=00h, Device=02h,
Function=00h

[ 1187.782720] Broadcast error_detected message
[ 1187.782720] Broadcast mmio_enabled message
[ 1187.782720] Broadcast resume message
[ 1187.782720] AER driver successfully recovered
[ 1190.506560] +------ PCI-Express Device Error ------+
[ 1190.506560] Error Severity : Uncorrected (Non-Fatal)
[ 1190.506560] PCIE Bus Error type : Transaction Layer
[ 1190.506560] Flow Control Protocol : Multiple
[ 1190.506560] Receiver ID : 0010
[ 1190.506560] VendorID=1106h, DeviceID=a238h, Bus=00h, Device=02h,
Function=00h

[ 1190.506560] Broadcast error_detected message
[ 1190.506560] Broadcast mmio_enabled message
[ 1190.506560] Broadcast resume message
[ 1190.506560] AER driver successfully recovered
[ 1190.743839] +------ PCI-Express Device Error ------+
[ 1190.743839] Error Severity : Uncorrected (Non-Fatal)
[ 1190.743839] PCIE Bus Error type : Transaction Layer
[ 1190.743839] Flow Control Protocol : First
[ 1190.743839] Receiver ID : 0010
[ 1190.743839] VendorID=1106h, DeviceID=a238h, Bus=00h, Device=02h,
Function=00h

[ 1190.743839] Broadcast error_detected message
[ 1190.743839] Broadcast mmio_enabled message
[ 1190.743839] Broadcast resume message
[ 1190.743839] AER driver successfully recovered


Is an example of the error.
Can anybody tell me whats wrong? Is my hardware broken somehow?
I wonder since everything works just fine.

Any help is appreciated.


Greg


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