Description of problem:
mcelog daemon is running but not functional due to the "warning" (should in fact be a critical error I guess, as not logs are produced as a result?)
$ journalctl -u mcelog
-- Reboot --
Apr 16 14:07:13 eas.b18 systemd: Started Machine Check Exception Logging Daemon.
Apr 16 14:07:13 eas.b18 mcelog: mcelog: warning: 8 bytes ignored in each record
Apr 16 14:07:13 eas.b18 mcelog: mcelog: consider an update
Apr 16 14:12:04 eas.b18 systemd: Stopping Machine Check Exception Logging Daemon...
Apr 16 14:12:04 eas.b18 systemd: Stopped Machine Check Exception Logging Daemon.
I am currently seeing mce kernel oopses every second, so there should be much more there...
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
$ uname -r
$ rpm -q kernel-debug
$ mcelog --version
$ rpm -q mcelog
Steps to Reproduce:
1. run mcelog
mcelog: warning: 8 bytes ignored in each record
mcelog: consider an update
an mce log.
Same thing on my i7-3520M, possibly we just need to update to the latest version of mcelog, version 153 is getting a bit old.
I confirm that running v159 fixes this problem and it can read it correctly.
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