Having exact same error on HP Proliant ML370-G4. Very randomly. Ordering
memory to replace. Have been chasing errors in abend.log, but each time
the abend occurs, it is a NMI. Not good. Latest smartstart 7.80a from HP
finds no issues.

> On Wed, 20 Jun 2007 08:42:01 -0700, <djstorer@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Server abends occasionally with NW6.5sp6 (was sp5 until today). Not
> > sure if this is a hardware or software issue. HP Smartstart
> > Diagnostics did not find a problem. Any suggestions would be helpful.
> > Thanks.
> >
> > Server halted Wednesday, June 20, 2007 8:59:41.274 am
> > Abend 1 on P00: Server-5.70.05: Nonmaskable Interrupt Processor
> > Exception (Error code 000000B0)

> [...]
> >
> > Additional Information:
> > There may be some bad memory either on an adapter card or on the
> > motherboard. If the problem continues, try replacing the main system
> > memory or adapter cards to prevent future parity errors.

> NMI almost always indicates a hardware problem. The usual cause is

> a memory fault (parity error or non-correctable ECC error), or a

> on the PCI bus -- often an adapter detects a bus error, and that turns
> into the NMI.
> These sorts of issues are hard to catch with most readily available
> diagnostics, and several people have reported in this forum that

> memory fixed *their* problem even though no diagnostic turned anything

> If you've got lots of add-in adapters, try removing one to see if it is
> just a bus-loading issue or bus-contention.
> Occasionally, the motherboard itself will be faulty and will produce

> under certain activity patterns.
> /dps
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