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Re: Temperature sensors on HP N40L?
Nicolas Joly wrote:
> On Mon, Nov 26, 2012 at 06:48:08PM +1100, Simon Burge wrote:
> > Hi folks,
> > I have a HP N40L microserver running NetBSD 6.0. Envstat reports
> > the following sensor:
> > "i2cscan iic0" reports:
> > iic0: found device at 0x18
> > iic0: found device at 0x30
> > iic0: found device at 0x50
> > iic0: 3 devices found
> > I'd assume that the system temp would be one of the devices on the iic
> > bus?
> I don't think so ...
> at 0x18 it's usually a temp sensor found on memory modules, see sdtemp(4).
> at 0x30 it's the write only access for the memory module.
> at 0x50 it's the memory module handled by spdmem(4).
I'll have a play with sdtemp(4) and the 0x18 temp sensor.
> If you have a IPMI device, other temperatures are often available
> there with other sensors.
The IPMI card is an option on this machine that I don't have installed.
I'll accept that the system and northbridge temperatures are "magic" for
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