are you 100% sure you are actually having ecc errors? There is no guarantee that a bit flip will occur during stress testing or unstable memory. are you messing with timings or just frequency? The article did it with frequency.Can someone help me figure out how to fix my ECC error reporting to the OS (and/or the IPMI) or explain what I'm doing wrong?
Yeah I am not sure what what it would take to simulate. You need to get the timings such that writes work perfectly fine and just a few reads will fail. Too many, or to big of an error (Unrecoverable) and the system will crash.If you can tell which timing I should decrease while keeping all other settings default, I'm ofcourse very happy to try if it makes a difference...
Just read those links, then did some testing... Could it be that support is there since Linux kernel 5.4?There was similar testing done on the Unraid forums on Reddit as well as the official Unraid forums.
https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comments/cqu49xPhoronix: Next-Gen AMD EPYC Changes To EDAC Driver Sent In For Linux 5.2 Kernel The notable change with the "EDAC" changes for Linux 5.2 comes down to the "Zen 2" support for the new AMD EPYC processors launching later this year...www.phoronix.com
For Ryzen builds, ECC 'looks' like it is functioning but it really isn't. I'm not sure if this is motherboard/vendor specific or not.