FreeBSD shutting down unexpectedly
freebsd at swaggi.com
Fri Mar 24 04:28:17 UTC 2006
>I believe the 1st temp is MB, the 2nd CPU1, the third CPU2. One way to
>figure out is to run something CPU intensive on only one CPU and watch
>which temp rises. A huge gzip would do the trick. The MB temp
>shouldn't change that much, but CPU should go up noticably.
Good call, I gzipped a 500MB file and watched the second temp value rise.
>I believe the monitoring chips are completely independent of SMP. The
>monitoring chip has no clue whether the OS is using the CPU or not, it
>just records its temp.
I agree with you on that.
>PS I hope mbmon has those voltages all wrong, as 3.27 and 7.93 are
>nowhere near 5v or 12v! (There's also healthd in the ports, but my
>(limited) experience is that it doesn't always get voltages right either).
>From what I remember, when I looked in the BIOS I realized most of
what mbmon was reporting was slightly off.
Thanks to all for the help.
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