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* [PATCH] rasdaemon: Add Ice Lake and Sapphire Rapids MSCOD values
@ 2021-04-08 21:03 Greg Edwards
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From: Greg Edwards @ 2021-04-08 21:03 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: linux-edac; +Cc: Mauro Carvalho Chehab, Greg Edwards

Based on mcelog commits:

  ee90ff20ce6a ("mcelog: Add support for Icelake server, Icelake-D, and Snow Ridge")
  391abaac9bdf ("mcelog: Add decode for MCi_MISC from 10nm memory controller")
  59cb7ad4bc72 ("mcelog: i10nm: Fix mapping from bank number to functional unit")
  c0acd0e6a639 ("mcelog: Add support for Sapphirerapids server.")

Signed-off-by: Greg Edwards <gedwards@ddn.com>
---
 Makefile.am       |   2 +-
 mce-intel-i10nm.c | 509 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
 mce-intel.c       |   5 +
 ras-mce-handler.c |  14 +-
 ras-mce-handler.h |   5 +
 5 files changed, 533 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)
 create mode 100644 mce-intel-i10nm.c

diff --git a/Makefile.am b/Makefile.am
index de0109840017..3d399a1a6d6c 100644
--- a/Makefile.am
+++ b/Makefile.am
@@ -37,7 +37,7 @@ if WITH_MCE
 			mce-intel-sb.c mce-intel-ivb.c mce-intel-haswell.c \
 			mce-intel-knl.c mce-intel-broadwell-de.c \
 			mce-intel-broadwell-epex.c mce-intel-skylake-xeon.c \
-			mce-amd-k8.c mce-amd-smca.c
+			mce-amd-k8.c mce-amd-smca.c mce-intel-i10nm.c
 endif
 if WITH_EXTLOG
    rasdaemon_SOURCES += ras-extlog-handler.c
diff --git a/mce-intel-i10nm.c b/mce-intel-i10nm.c
new file mode 100644
index 000000000000..3c5d22f441be
--- /dev/null
+++ b/mce-intel-i10nm.c
@@ -0,0 +1,509 @@
+/*
+ * The code below came from Tony Luck's mcelog code,
+ * released under GNU Public General License, v.2
+ *
+ * Copyright (C) 2019 Intel Corporation
+ * Decode Intel 10nm specific machine check errors.
+ *
+ * This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
+ * it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
+ * the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
+ * (at your option) any later version.
+ *
+ * This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
+ * but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
+ * MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
+ * GNU General Public License for more details.
+ *
+ * You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
+ * along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
+ * Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA
+*/
+
+#include <inttypes.h>
+#include <stdio.h>
+#include <string.h>
+
+#include "ras-mce-handler.h"
+#include "bitfield.h"
+
+static char *pcu_1[] = {
+	[0x0D] = "MCA_LLC_BIST_ACTIVE_TIMEOUT",
+	[0x0E] = "MCA_DMI_TRAINING_TIMEOUT",
+	[0x0F] = "MCA_DMI_STRAP_SET_ARRIVAL_TIMEOUT",
+	[0x10] = "MCA_DMI_CPU_RESET_ACK_TIMEOUT",
+	[0x11] = "MCA_MORE_THAN_ONE_LT_AGENT",
+	[0x14] = "MCA_INCOMPATIBLE_PCH_TYPE",
+	[0x1E] = "MCA_BIOS_RST_CPL_INVALID_SEQ",
+	[0x1F] = "MCA_BIOS_INVALID_PKG_STATE_CONFIG",
+	[0x2D] = "MCA_PCU_PMAX_CALIB_ERROR",
+	[0x2E] = "MCA_TSC100_SYNC_TIMEOUT",
+	[0x3A] = "MCA_GPSB_TIMEOUT",
+	[0x3B] = "MCA_PMSB_TIMEOUT",
+	[0x3E] = "MCA_IOSFSB_PMREQ_CMP_TIMEOUT",
+	[0x40] = "MCA_SVID_VCCIN_VR_ICC_MAX_FAILURE",
+	[0x42] = "MCA_SVID_VCCIN_VR_VOUT_FAILURE",
+	[0x43] = "MCA_SVID_CPU_VR_CAPABILITY_ERROR",
+	[0x44] = "MCA_SVID_CRITICAL_VR_FAILED",
+	[0x45] = "MCA_SVID_SA_ITD_ERROR",
+	[0x46] = "MCA_SVID_READ_REG_FAILED",
+	[0x47] = "MCA_SVID_WRITE_REG_FAILED",
+	[0x4A] = "MCA_SVID_PKGC_REQUEST_FAILED",
+	[0x4B] = "MCA_SVID_IMON_REQUEST_FAILED",
+	[0x4C] = "MCA_SVID_ALERT_REQUEST_FAILED",
+	[0x4D] = "MCA_SVID_MCP_VR_RAMP_ERROR",
+	[0x56] = "MCA_FIVR_PD_HARDERR",
+	[0x58] = "MCA_WATCHDOG_TIMEOUT_PKGC_SLAVE",
+	[0x59] = "MCA_WATCHDOG_TIMEOUT_PKGC_MASTER",
+	[0x5A] = "MCA_WATCHDOG_TIMEOUT_PKGS_MASTER",
+	[0x5B] = "MCA_WATCHDOG_TIMEOUT_MSG_CH_FSM",
+	[0x5C] = "MCA_WATCHDOG_TIMEOUT_BULK_CR_FSM",
+	[0x5D] = "MCA_WATCHDOG_TIMEOUT_IOSFSB_FSM",
+	[0x60] = "MCA_PKGS_SAFE_WP_TIMEOUT",
+	[0x61] = "MCA_PKGS_CPD_UNCPD_TIMEOUT",
+	[0x62] = "MCA_PKGS_INVALID_REQ_PCH",
+	[0x63] = "MCA_PKGS_INVALID_REQ_INTERNAL",
+	[0x64] = "MCA_PKGS_INVALID_RSP_INTERNAL",
+	[0x65 ... 0x7A] = "MCA_PKGS_RESET_PREP_TIMEOUT",
+	[0x7B] = "MCA_PKGS_SMBUS_VPP_PAUSE_TIMEOUT",
+	[0x7C] = "MCA_PKGS_SMBUS_MCP_PAUSE_TIMEOUT",
+	[0x7D] = "MCA_PKGS_SMBUS_SPD_PAUSE_TIMEOUT",
+	[0x80] = "MCA_PKGC_DISP_BUSY_TIMEOUT",
+	[0x81] = "MCA_PKGC_INVALID_RSP_PCH",
+	[0x83] = "MCA_PKGC_WATCHDOG_HANG_CBZ_DOWN",
+	[0x84] = "MCA_PKGC_WATCHDOG_HANG_CBZ_UP",
+	[0x87] = "MCA_PKGC_WATCHDOG_HANG_C2_BLKMASTER",
+	[0x88] = "MCA_PKGC_WATCHDOG_HANG_C2_PSLIMIT",
+	[0x89] = "MCA_PKGC_WATCHDOG_HANG_SETDISP",
+	[0x8B] = "MCA_PKGC_ALLOW_L1_ERROR",
+	[0x90] = "MCA_RECOVERABLE_DIE_THERMAL_TOO_HOT",
+	[0xA0] = "MCA_ADR_SIGNAL_TIMEOUT",
+	[0xA1] = "MCA_BCLK_FREQ_OC_ABOVE_THRESHOLD",
+	[0xB0] = "MCA_DISPATCHER_RUN_BUSY_TIMEOUT",
+};
+
+static char *pcu_2[] = {
+	[0x04] = "Clock/power IP response timeout",
+	[0x05] = "SMBus controller raised SMI",
+	[0x09] = "PM controller received invalid transaction",
+};
+
+static char *pcu_3[] = {
+	[0x01] = "Instruction address out of valid space",
+	[0x02] = "Double bit RAM error on Instruction Fetch",
+	[0x03] = "Invalid OpCode seen",
+	[0x04] = "Stack Underflow",
+	[0x05] = "Stack Overflow",
+	[0x06] = "Data address out of valid space",
+	[0x07] = "Double bit RAM error on Data Fetch",
+};
+
+static struct field pcu1[] = {
+	FIELD(0, pcu_1),
+	{}
+};
+
+static struct field pcu2[] = {
+	FIELD(0, pcu_2),
+	{}
+};
+
+static struct field pcu3[] = {
+	FIELD(0, pcu_3),
+	{}
+};
+
+static struct field upi1[] = {
+	SBITFIELD(22, "Phy Control Error"),
+	SBITFIELD(23, "Unexpected Retry.Ack flit"),
+	SBITFIELD(24, "Unexpected Retry.Req flit"),
+	SBITFIELD(25, "RF parity error"),
+	SBITFIELD(26, "Routeback Table error"),
+	SBITFIELD(27, "Unexpected Tx Protocol flit (EOP, Header or Data)"),
+	SBITFIELD(28, "Rx Header-or-Credit BGF credit overflow/underflow"),
+	SBITFIELD(29, "Link Layer Reset still in progress when Phy enters L0"),
+	SBITFIELD(30, "Link Layer reset initiated while protocol traffic not idle"),
+	SBITFIELD(31, "Link Layer Tx Parity Error"),
+	{}
+};
+
+static char *upi_2[] = {
+	[0x00] = "Phy Initialization Failure (NumInit)",
+	[0x01] = "Phy Detected Drift Buffer Alarm",
+	[0x02] = "Phy Detected Latency Buffer Rollover",
+	[0x10] = "LL Rx detected CRC error: unsuccessful LLR (entered Abort state)",
+	[0x11] = "LL Rx Unsupported/Undefined packet",
+	[0x12] = "LL or Phy Control Error",
+	[0x13] = "LL Rx Parameter Exception",
+	[0x1F] = "LL Detected Control Error",
+	[0x20] = "Phy Initialization Abort",
+	[0x21] = "Phy Inband Reset",
+	[0x22] = "Phy Lane failure, recovery in x8 width",
+	[0x23] = "Phy L0c error corrected without Phy reset",
+	[0x24] = "Phy L0c error triggering Phy reset",
+	[0x25] = "Phy L0p exit error corrected with reset",
+	[0x30] = "LL Rx detected CRC error: successful LLR without Phy Reinit",
+	[0x31] = "LL Rx detected CRC error: successful LLR with Phy Reinit",
+	[0x32] = "Tx received LLR",
+};
+
+static struct field upi2[] = {
+	FIELD(0, upi_2),
+	{}
+};
+
+static struct field m2m[] = {
+	SBITFIELD(16, "MC read data error"),
+	SBITFIELD(17, "Reserved"),
+	SBITFIELD(18, "MC partial write data error"),
+	SBITFIELD(19, "Full write data error"),
+	SBITFIELD(20, "M2M clock-domain-crossing buffer (BGF) error"),
+	SBITFIELD(21, "M2M time out"),
+	SBITFIELD(22, "M2M tracker parity error"),
+	SBITFIELD(23, "fatal Bucket1 error"),
+	{}
+};
+
+static char *imc_0[] = {
+	[0x01] = "Address parity error",
+	[0x02] = "Data parity error",
+	[0x03] = "Data ECC error",
+	[0x04] = "Data byte enable parity error",
+	[0x07] = "Transaction ID parity error",
+	[0x08] = "Corrected patrol scrub error",
+	[0x10] = "Uncorrected patrol scrub error",
+	[0x20] = "Corrected spare error",
+	[0x40] = "Uncorrected spare error",
+	[0x80] = "Corrected read error",
+	[0xA0] = "Uncorrected read error",
+	[0xC0] = "Uncorrected metadata",
+};
+
+static char *imc_1[] = {
+	[0x00] = "WDB read parity error",
+	[0x03] = "RPA parity error",
+	[0x06] = "DDR_T_DPPP data BE error",
+	[0x07] = "DDR_T_DPPP data error",
+	[0x08] = "DDR link failure",
+	[0x11] = "PCLS CAM error",
+	[0x12] = "PCLS data error",
+};
+
+static char *imc_2[] = {
+	[0x00] = "DDR4 command / address parity error",
+	[0x20] = "HBM command / address parity error",
+	[0x21] = "HBM data parity error",
+};
+
+static char *imc_4[] = {
+	[0x00] = "RPQ parity (primary) error",
+};
+
+static char *imc_8[] = {
+	[0x00] = "DDR-T bad request",
+	[0x01] = "DDR Data response to an invalid entry",
+	[0x02] = "DDR data response to an entry not expecting data",
+	[0x03] = "DDR4 completion to an invalid entry",
+	[0x04] = "DDR-T completion to an invalid entry",
+	[0x05] = "DDR data/completion FIFO overflow",
+	[0x06] = "DDR-T ERID correctable parity error",
+	[0x07] = "DDR-T ERID uncorrectable error",
+	[0x08] = "DDR-T interrupt received while outstanding interrupt was not ACKed",
+	[0x09] = "ERID FI FO overflow",
+	[0x0A] = "DDR-T error on FNV write credits",
+	[0x0B] = "DDR-T error on FNV read credits",
+	[0x0C] = "DDR-T scheduler error",
+	[0x0D] = "DDR-T FNV error event",
+	[0x0E] = "DDR-T FNV thermal event",
+	[0x0F] = "CMI packet while idle",
+	[0x10] = "DDR_T_RPQ_REQ_PARITY_ERR",
+	[0x11] = "DDR_T_WPQ_REQ_PARITY_ERR",
+	[0x12] = "2LM_NMFILLWR_CAM_ERR",
+	[0x13] = "CMI_CREDIT_OVERSUB_ERR",
+	[0x14] = "CMI_CREDIT_TOTAL_ERR",
+	[0x15] = "CMI_CREDIT_RSVD_POOL_ERR",
+	[0x16] = "DDR_T_RD_ERROR",
+	[0x17] = "WDB_FIFO_ERR",
+	[0x18] = "CMI_REQ_FIFO_OVERFLOW",
+	[0x19] = "CMI_REQ_FIFO_UNDERFLOW",
+	[0x1A] = "CMI_RSP_FIFO_OVERFLOW",
+	[0x1B] = "CMI_RSP_FIFO_UNDERFLOW",
+	[0x1C] = "CMI _MISC_MC_CRDT_ERRORS",
+	[0x1D] = "CMI_MISC_MC_ARB_ERRORS",
+	[0x1E] = "DDR_T_WR_CMPL_FI FO_OVERFLOW",
+	[0x1F] = "DDR_T_WR_CMPL_FI FO_UNDERFLOW",
+	[0x20] = "CMI_RD_CPL_FIFO_OVERFLOW",
+	[0x21] = "CMI_RD_CPL_FIFO_UNDERFLOW",
+	[0x22] = "TME_KEY_PAR_ERR",
+	[0x23] = "TME_CMI_MISC_ERR",
+	[0x24] = "TME_CMI_OVFL_ERR",
+	[0x25] = "TME_CMI_UFL_ERR",
+	[0x26] = "TME_TEM_SECURE_ERR",
+	[0x27] = "TME_UFILL_PAR_ERR",
+	[0x29] = "INTERNAL_ERR",
+	[0x2A] = "TME_INTEGRITY_ERR",
+	[0x2B] = "TME_TDX_ERR",
+	[0x2C] = "TME_UFILL_TEM_SECURE_ERR",
+	[0x2D] = "TME_KEY_POISON_ERR",
+	[0x2E] = "TME_SECURITY_ENGINE_ERR",
+};
+
+static char *imc_10[] = {
+	[0x08] = "CORR_PATSCRUB_MIRR2ND_ERR",
+	[0x10] = "UC_PATSCRUB_MIRR2ND_ERR",
+	[0x20] = "COR_SPARE_MIRR2ND_ERR",
+	[0x40] = "UC_SPARE_MIRR2ND_ERR",
+	[0x80] = "HA_RD_MIRR2ND_ERR",
+	[0xA0] = "HA_UNCORR_RD_MIRR2ND_ERR",
+};
+
+static struct field imc0[] = {
+	FIELD(0, imc_0),
+	{}
+};
+
+static struct field imc1[] = {
+	FIELD(0, imc_1),
+	{}
+};
+
+static struct field imc2[] = {
+	FIELD(0, imc_2),
+	{}
+};
+
+static struct field imc4[] = {
+	FIELD(0, imc_4),
+	{}
+};
+
+static struct field imc8[] = {
+	FIELD(0, imc_8),
+	{}
+};
+
+static struct field imc10[] = {
+	FIELD(0, imc_10),
+	{}
+};
+
+static void i10nm_imc_misc(struct mce_event *e)
+{
+	uint32_t column = EXTRACT(e->misc, 9, 18) << 2;
+	uint32_t row = EXTRACT(e->misc, 19, 39);
+	uint32_t bank = EXTRACT(e->misc, 42, 43);
+	uint32_t bankgroup = EXTRACT(e->misc, 40, 41) | (EXTRACT(e->misc, 44, 44) << 2);
+	uint32_t fdevice = EXTRACT(e->misc, 46, 51);
+	uint32_t subrank = EXTRACT(e->misc, 52, 55);
+	uint32_t rank = EXTRACT(e->misc, 56, 58);
+	uint32_t eccmode = EXTRACT(e->misc, 59, 62);
+	uint32_t transient = EXTRACT(e->misc, 63, 63);
+
+	mce_snprintf(e->error_msg, "bank: 0x%x bankgroup: 0x%x row: 0x%x column: 0x%x", bank, bankgroup, row, column);
+	if (!transient && !EXTRACT(e->status, 61, 61))
+		mce_snprintf(e->error_msg, "failed device: 0x%x", fdevice);
+	mce_snprintf(e->error_msg, "rank: 0x%x subrank: 0x%x", rank, subrank);
+	mce_snprintf(e->error_msg, "ecc mode: ");
+	switch (eccmode) {
+	case 0: mce_snprintf(e->error_msg, "SDDC memory mode"); break;
+	case 1: mce_snprintf(e->error_msg, "SDDC"); break;
+	case 4: mce_snprintf(e->error_msg, "ADDDC memory mode"); break;
+	case 5: mce_snprintf(e->error_msg, "ADDDC"); break;
+	case 8: mce_snprintf(e->error_msg, "DDRT read"); break;
+	default: mce_snprintf(e->error_msg, "unknown"); break;
+	}
+	if (transient)
+		mce_snprintf(e->error_msg, "transient");
+}
+
+enum banktype {
+	BT_UNKNOWN,
+	BT_PCU,
+	BT_UPI,
+	BT_M2M,
+	BT_IMC,
+};
+
+static enum banktype icelake[32] = {
+	[4]		= BT_PCU,
+	[5]		= BT_UPI,
+	[7 ... 8]	= BT_UPI,
+	[12]		= BT_M2M,
+	[16]		= BT_M2M,
+	[20]		= BT_M2M,
+	[24]		= BT_M2M,
+	[13 ... 15]	= BT_IMC,
+	[17 ... 19]	= BT_IMC,
+	[21 ... 23]	= BT_IMC,
+	[25 ... 27]	= BT_IMC,
+};
+
+static enum banktype icelake_de[32] = {
+	[4]		= BT_PCU,
+	[12]		= BT_M2M,
+	[16]		= BT_M2M,
+	[13 ... 15]	= BT_IMC,
+	[17 ... 19]	= BT_IMC,
+};
+
+static enum banktype tremont[32] = {
+	[4]		= BT_PCU,
+	[12]		= BT_M2M,
+	[13 ... 15]	= BT_IMC,
+};
+
+static enum banktype sapphire[32] = {
+	[4]		= BT_PCU,
+	[5]		= BT_UPI,
+	[12]		= BT_M2M,
+	[13 ... 20]	= BT_IMC,
+};
+
+void i10nm_memerr_misc(struct mce_event *e, int *channel);
+
+void i10nm_decode_model(enum cputype cputype, struct ras_events *ras,
+			struct mce_event *e)
+{
+	enum banktype banktype;
+	uint64_t f, status = e->status;
+	uint32_t mca = status & 0xffff;
+	int channel = -1;
+
+	switch (cputype) {
+	case CPU_ICELAKE_XEON:
+		banktype = icelake[e->bank];
+		break;
+	case CPU_ICELAKE_DE:
+		banktype = icelake_de[e->bank];
+		break;
+	case CPU_TREMONT_D:
+		banktype = tremont[e->bank];
+		break;
+	case CPU_SAPPHIRERAPIDS:
+		banktype = sapphire[e->bank];
+		break;
+	default:
+		return;
+	}
+
+	switch (banktype) {
+	case BT_UNKNOWN:
+		break;
+
+	case BT_PCU:
+		mce_snprintf(e->error_msg, "PCU: ");
+		f = EXTRACT(status, 24, 31);
+		if (f)
+			decode_bitfield(e, f, pcu1);
+		f = EXTRACT(status, 20, 23);
+		if (f)
+			decode_bitfield(e, f, pcu2);
+		f = EXTRACT(status, 16, 19);
+		if (f)
+			decode_bitfield(e, f, pcu3);
+		break;
+
+	case BT_UPI:
+		mce_snprintf(e->error_msg, "UPI: ");
+		f = EXTRACT(status, 22, 31);
+		if (f)
+			decode_bitfield(e, status, upi1);
+		f = EXTRACT(status, 16, 21);
+		decode_bitfield(e, f, upi2);
+		break;
+
+	case BT_M2M:
+		mce_snprintf(e->error_msg, "M2M: ");
+		f = EXTRACT(status, 24, 25);
+		mce_snprintf(e->error_msg, "MscodDDRType=0x%" PRIx64, f);
+		f = EXTRACT(status, 26, 31);
+		mce_snprintf(e->error_msg, "MscodMiscErrs=0x%" PRIx64, f);
+		decode_bitfield(e, status, m2m);
+		break;
+
+	case BT_IMC:
+		mce_snprintf(e->error_msg, "MemCtrl: ");
+		f = EXTRACT(status, 16, 23);
+		switch (EXTRACT(status, 24, 31)) {
+		case 0: decode_bitfield(e, f, imc0); break;
+		case 1: decode_bitfield(e, f, imc1); break;
+		case 2: decode_bitfield(e, f, imc2); break;
+		case 4: decode_bitfield(e, f, imc4); break;
+		case 8: decode_bitfield(e, f, imc8); break;
+		case 0x10: decode_bitfield(e, f, imc10); break;
+		}
+		i10nm_imc_misc(e);
+		break;
+	}
+
+	/*
+	 * Memory error specific code. Returns if the error is not a MC one
+	 */
+
+	/* Check if the error is at the memory controller */
+	if ((mca >> 7) != 1)
+		return;
+
+	/* Ignore unless this is an corrected extended error from an iMC bank */
+	if (banktype != BT_IMC || (status & MCI_STATUS_UC))
+		return;
+
+	/*
+	 * Parse the reported channel
+	 */
+
+	i10nm_memerr_misc(e, &channel);
+	if (channel == -1)
+		return;
+	mce_snprintf(e->mc_location, "memory_channel=%d", channel);
+}
+
+/*
+ * There isn't enough information to identify the DIMM. But
+ * we can derive the channel from the bank number.
+ * There can be four memory controllers with two channels each.
+ */
+void i10nm_memerr_misc(struct mce_event *e, int *channel)
+{
+	uint64_t status = e->status;
+	unsigned int chan, imc;
+
+	/* Check this is a memory error */
+	if (!test_prefix(7, status & 0xefff))
+		return;
+
+	chan = EXTRACT(status, 0, 3);
+	if (chan == 0xf)
+		return;
+
+	switch (e->bank) {
+	case 12: /* M2M 0 */
+	case 13: /* IMC 0, Channel 0 */
+	case 14: /* IMC 0, Channel 1 */
+	case 15: /* IMC 0, Channel 2 */
+		imc = 0;
+		break;
+	case 16: /* M2M 1 */
+	case 17: /* IMC 1, Channel 0 */
+	case 18: /* IMC 1, Channel 1 */
+	case 19: /* IMC 1, Channel 2 */
+		imc = 1;
+		break;
+	case 20: /* M2M 2 */
+	case 21: /* IMC 2, Channel 0 */
+	case 22: /* IMC 2, Channel 1 */
+	case 23: /* IMC 2, Channel 2 */
+		imc = 2;
+		break;
+	case 24: /* M2M 3 */
+	case 25: /* IMC 3, Channel 0 */
+	case 26: /* IMC 3, Channel 1 */
+	case 27: /* IMC 3, Channel 2 */
+		imc = 3;
+		break;
+	default:
+		return;
+	}
+
+	channel[0] = imc * 3 + chan;
+}
diff --git a/mce-intel.c b/mce-intel.c
index 747a75fb892e..e083e9c20968 100644
--- a/mce-intel.c
+++ b/mce-intel.c
@@ -411,6 +411,11 @@ int parse_intel_event(struct ras_events *ras, struct mce_event *e)
 	case CPU_SKYLAKE_XEON:
 		skylake_s_decode_model(ras, e);
 		break;
+	case CPU_ICELAKE_XEON:
+	case CPU_ICELAKE_DE:
+	case CPU_TREMONT_D:
+	case CPU_SAPPHIRERAPIDS:
+		i10nm_decode_model(mce->cputype, ras, e);
 	default:
 		break;
 	}
diff --git a/ras-mce-handler.c b/ras-mce-handler.c
index 016acae528de..805004a547c6 100644
--- a/ras-mce-handler.c
+++ b/ras-mce-handler.c
@@ -56,7 +56,11 @@ static char *cputype_name[] = {
 	[CPU_KNIGHTS_MILL] = "Knights Mill",
 	[CPU_SKYLAKE_XEON] = "Skylake server",
 	[CPU_AMD_SMCA] = "AMD Scalable MCA",
-	[CPU_DHYANA] = "Hygon Family 18h Moksha"
+	[CPU_DHYANA] = "Hygon Family 18h Moksha",
+	[CPU_ICELAKE_XEON] = "Icelake server",
+	[CPU_ICELAKE_DE] = "Icelake server D Family",
+	[CPU_TREMONT_D] = "Tremont microserver",
+	[CPU_SAPPHIRERAPIDS] = "Sapphirerapids server",
 };
 
 static enum cputype select_intel_cputype(struct ras_events *ras)
@@ -108,6 +112,14 @@ static enum cputype select_intel_cputype(struct ras_events *ras)
 			return CPU_KNIGHTS_MILL;
 		else if (mce->model == 0x55)
 			return CPU_SKYLAKE_XEON;
+		else if (mce->model == 0x6a)
+			return CPU_ICELAKE_XEON;
+		else if (mce->model == 0x6c)
+                        return CPU_ICELAKE_DE;
+		else if (mce->model == 0x86)
+                        return CPU_TREMONT_D;
+		else if (mce->model == 0x8f)
+                        return CPU_SAPPHIRERAPIDS;
 
 		if (mce->model > 0x1a) {
 			log(ALL, LOG_INFO,
diff --git a/ras-mce-handler.h b/ras-mce-handler.h
index ec9a07660e17..c6216ee009ea 100644
--- a/ras-mce-handler.h
+++ b/ras-mce-handler.h
@@ -49,6 +49,10 @@ enum cputype {
 	CPU_SKYLAKE_XEON,
 	CPU_AMD_SMCA,
 	CPU_DHYANA,
+	CPU_ICELAKE_XEON,
+	CPU_ICELAKE_DE,
+	CPU_TREMONT_D,
+	CPU_SAPPHIRERAPIDS,
 };
 
 struct mce_event {
@@ -129,6 +133,7 @@ void tulsa_decode_model(struct mce_event *e);
 void broadwell_de_decode_model(struct ras_events *ras, struct mce_event *e);
 void broadwell_epex_decode_model(struct ras_events *ras, struct mce_event *e);
 void skylake_s_decode_model(struct ras_events *ras, struct mce_event *e);
+void i10nm_decode_model(enum cputype cputype, struct ras_events *ras, struct mce_event *e);
 
 /* AMD error code decode function */
 void decode_amd_errcode(struct mce_event *e);
-- 
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