My firm uses Opteron Chipkill-enabled processors in devices we market. An opportunity for us requires the products to be used in harsh climates where electronic interference is to be expected. The question posed to us is how can it be determined when Chipkill will be in use to such an extent correcting errors that it will shut down an affected DIMM (or multiple DIMMs).
Is anyone aware of studies or calculations that would help us determine an answer to this question? Many thanks.