On Thu, 08 Dec 2011 13:56:02 GMT
aldemir a email@example.com wrote:
Thanks for the tip. But I don’t think acpi command produces a
Thermal 1: ok, 8.0 degrees C
It is impossible for the server/cpu to be 8 degrees. In fact sensors
command produces this output (SLES people decided to add the sensor
module for this hardware bit but not the cpu), and without
coretemp.ko I can’t get the CPU temperature measurement. I’d like to
get these values with snmp and produce nice graphs with cacti.
Adapter: ISA adapter
Ch. 0 DIMM 0: +50.5Â°C (low = +127.5Â°C, high = +127.5Â°C)
Ch. 1 DIMM 0: +52.0Â°C (low = +127.5Â°C, high = +127.5Â°C)
Ch. 2 DIMM 0: +50.5Â°C (low = +127.5Â°C, high = +127.5Â°C)
Ch. 3 DIMM 0: +46.5Â°C (low = +127.5Â°C, high = +127.5Â°C)
50 degrees does look more real. Anyway it would be great if the kernel
maintainers put all the extra modules in another rpm, so that we could
download and use. Of course, I could easily compile my own kernel with
the config-22.214.171.124-0.3-pae file but I’d rather novell supplies a
generic solution to a trivial problem.
Those are the memory temperatures, what hardware/cpu?
So you have run sensors-detect?
Cheers Malcolm Â°Â¿Â° (Linux Counter #276890)
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