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Linux Kernel 6.1 Introduces Faulty CPU Core Detection Logging Feature

reported that phonics, Linux kernel version 6.1 introduces a new logging system for identifying bad CPUs and their associated cores in a server. A logging system can detect exactly which core, CPU, and socket failed at a given time.

This is not a fully automated system, it is for logging only. It does not tax the CPU to check for faults. As a result, Rik Van Riel, who is in charge of approving the CPU logging system for 6.1, says that system administrators can enable loggers to see which cores are bad on known bad systems. He states that he would want to run common kernel code that is known to cause failures. .

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