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The same information can be obtained through ' Here the vendor is correctly reported as Samsung, but we've lost the 'bank locator' that in this case tells us which CPU socket the DIMM is attached to.
Lshw gets its DIMM information from the DMI/SMBIOS data, it just prints it differently than does.
You may have moved 80% of the functionality elsewhere. Write up a plan, gather all the experts in case something goes wrong.
Look at the downside too: how much scarier do things get if you don’t try and fix this system? Book a conference room (or chat channel) and order take-out. Rinse, repeat as necessary A key reason systems become haunted is lack of practice which leads to fear of change.
Otherwise, who knows short of the kernel complaining about ECC problems.
The DIMM information is gotten with 'Handle 0x001E, DMI type 17, 34 bytes Memory Device Array Handle: 0x001D Error Information Handle: 0x002E Total Width: 64 bits Data Width: 64 bits Size: 8192 MB Form Factor: DIMM Set: None Locator: DIMM_A1 Bank Locator: CPU1 Type: DDR3 Type Detail: Synchronous Registered (Buffered) Speed: 1600 MHz Manufacturer: CE00B304CE00 Serial Number: 34BD54B9 Asset Tag: 02411221 Part Number: M393B1K70DH0-CK0 Rank: 2 Configured Clock Speed: 1600 MHz Now, here is a tricky question: is this an ECC DIMM, and is it being used in an ECC capable system?