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Re: Sporadic envstat(8)
On 2 December 2010 13:53, Sad Clouds
> On Thu, 2 Dec 2010 07:39:44 -0500
> Michael <macallan%netbsd.org@localhost> wrote:
> Which driver? I don't know, it doesn't say much. When sensors are working,
> running 'envstat -D' gives the following:
> coretemp0 (checking events every 30 seconds)
> coretemp1 (checking events every 30 seconds)
> coretemp2 (checking events every 30 seconds)
> coretemp3 (checking events every 30 seconds)
> Your point about sensor taking a while to warm up is what I was thinking,
> however if that's the case, envsys framework should be intelligent enough to
> figure this out.
> My other thought was maybe the hardware was hiding the sensors, until the
> temperature was high enough that they were usable. Maybe envsys framework
> cannot cope with such dynamic actions? Who knows...
If you boot it cold (and get no temps reported), take a copy of the
boot dmesg (from /var/run/dmesg.boot) then reboot with them working
does a diff of the saved dmesg from the current one reveal anything?
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