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Re: cpu monitoring + ipv6

Does this motherboard have a separate ipmi interface? Perhaps the sensors are available only through it? I have similar issues with my SuperMicro H8QGi-F (although that motherboard does expose the amdtemp devices).

On Fri, 2 Jul 2010, leo n wrote:

Hello. I just installed NetBSD-current and am having a hard time figuring
out how to access my cpu's temperature. It is an AMD x2 3800 on a supermicro
h8ssl-i board. I'm writing from another computer so I can't include the
dmesg, however, I have checked my kernel config for the amdtemp* driver and
it IS included but doesn't show up on the live system. acpitz is also
missing on the system even though the kernel config includes it.

The 5.0 boot cd also doesn't load either amdtemp or acpitz drivers on an amd
sempron system.

This board seems to have a built-in monitoring system that sometimes beeps
when I'm compiling pkgsrc but I need to know if it is an ECC error or
thermal warning.

envstat says no drivers registered also.

On another note, pkgsrc cannot download some distfiles and it seems that it
is trying to access an ipv6 address eg "`2a02:2e0:4::1:80' No route to host"

Does this mean I have to set up ipv6 alias/routing on my system?

Thanks. I hope someone can help me.

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