N/APosted on - 09/13/2011
I have an issue when trying to run a memory test in my computer using linux debian. I don't know if this is a Debian specific thing or not, but find it strange that it's not detecting the correct architecture?
The error was "fatal error: Rounding was 0.5, expected less than O.4 hardware failure detected,consult stress.txt file"
Anyone have any ideas? Thanks…
Fatal error: Rounding was 0.5, expected less than O.4 hardware failure detected,consult stress.txt file
Want to have MEMORY TEST in kernel.
Your system might detect some problem in your memory that you are receiving those problems. Sometimes memory fails to run when their blocks are damage although memories are running. Sometimes errors or physical problem are in the highest part of the memory and not on the lower parts that’s why when running applications that doesn’t need a large amount of memory still runs. You will encountering errors when the applications you are running needs a large amount of memory that affects the application if there are some bad blocks in the memory module.
The test shows that you have a problem in your memory module.