On Sun, 15 Jan 2012, Edward Ned Harvey wrote:

Such failures can happen undetected with or without ECC memory.  It's simply
less likely with ECC.  The whole thing about ECC memory...  It's just doing
parity.  It's a very weak checksum.  If corruption happens in memory, it's

I am beginning to become worried now. ECC is more than "just doing parity".


There have been enough sequential errors now (a form of corruption) that I think that you should start doing research prior to posting.

Bob Friesenhahn
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