OK, i've got two responses.
It is a hardware problem.
David Evans <daevans at us dot oracle dot com> suggests to check memory modules via
swapping them with modules from another machine. If panic persists - it is CPU
problem, if no - memory problem.
Unfortunatelly we don't have another machine, so i can't check what is going on.
But i think we can get 128 ram for Ultra 5 from Transcend for testing.
> Ultra 5 model 360 / 128 RAM / no additional PCI cards / flash latest
> Solaris 7 / Recommended Patch Cluster
> Solaris random panics with following diagnostics:
> simba1: PBM generated system error.
> simba-1: generated parity error.
> simba0: PBM generated system error.
> simba-0: generated parity error.
> pci0: PCI SERRpci0: PBM generated system error.
> pci-0: generated parity error.
> Fast Data MMU Miss
> Audio subsystem is not used, so look like this is not bug 4296756.
> Does anybody met with such problem? Does it hardware or software related?
> Any workarounds?
> Thnx in advance.
> ice at terranet dot kiev dot ua
-- ice at terranet dot kiev dot ua, http://www.terranet.kiev.ua/~ice
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