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[Freeipmi-users] SDR cache not updated

From: FRANK Michael
Subject: [Freeipmi-users] SDR cache not updated
Date: Mon, 19 Jul 2021 16:23:16 +0000


we use ipmi-sensors with the option --sdr-cache-recreate In a script which is 
scheduled every minute for monitoring purpose.
On one of our sites we had a lot of false positive events on two servers ( see 
attached logs).
Finally, I found out that the SDR cache file was already 3 years old. After 
flushing the cache all sensors went back to normal. The only thing was that 11 
sensors left had been discovered.

My question is now how this option --sdr-cache-recreate is working and what can 
I do to let ipmi-sensors automatically refresh the cache file in case something 
changes on the remote end.
I am worried about what happen if new FRUs are added. If the cache file is not 
updated with new sensors, we miss the monitoring of newly added things,

Any help is much appreciated 

Michael FRANK
Supervisor Global Monitoring Architecture
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