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[Freeipmi-users] Re: [Freeipmi-devel] ipmi-sensor on processor group: No

From: Gregor Dschung
Subject: [Freeipmi-users] Re: [Freeipmi-devel] ipmi-sensor on processor group: No Result
Date: Fri, 12 Oct 2007 09:36:26 +0200 (CEST)
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Hey Shared,

it seems to be an issue related to Supermicro.

Query a HP-Server:
p300slg01:~/OM/linux/supportscripts # ipmi-sensors -h gtseval-ipmi -u
ADMIN -P -g Processor
2352: CPU0 Therm-Trip (Processor): [State Deasserted]
2400: CPU1 Therm-Trip (Processor): [State Deasserted]
2448: CPU0 IERR (Processor): [State Deasserted]
2496: CPU1 IERR (Processor): [State Deasserted]
2640: CPU0 SocketOcc (Processor): [Device Inserted/Device Present]
2688: CPU1 SocketOcc (Processor): [Device Removed/Device Absent]

Query a Supermicro-Server:
p300slg01:~/OM/linux/supportscripts # ipmi-sensors -h gts00-ipmi -u ADMIN
-P -g Module/Board
28: CPU0 Internal E (Module/Board): [OK]
29: CPU1 Internal E (Module/Board): [OK]
30: CPU Overheat (Module/Board): [OK]
31: Thermal Trip0 (Module/Board): [OK]
32: Thermal Trip1 (Module/Board): [OK]

You see, the sensor-type is different.


> Hello,
>       Once i run ipmi-sensors -g processor i don't get any output. It has kcs
> interface at IO base address CA8. System is Supermicro PDSMi. I think this
> has a support of IPMI. Why it is so?
> Thanks for any advice
> Sharad Chandra
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