CFT: k8temp driver
tom.hurst at clara.net
Tue Feb 12 10:25:35 PST 2008
* Frank Mayhar (frank at exit.com) wrote:
> k8temp0: <AMD K8 Thermal Sensors> on hostb3
> k8temp0: can't clear config registerdevice_attach: k8temp0 attach returned 6
> k8temp1: <AMD K8 Thermal Sensors> on hostb7
> k8temp1: can't clear config registerdevice_attach: k8temp1 attach returned 6
> Thermtrip=0x0b000424 (CurTmp=0x00 (-49c) TjOffset=0x0b DiodeOffset=0x04 (7c))
> Thermtrip=0x0b510420 (CurTmp=0x51 (32c) TjOffset=0x0b DiodeOffset=0x04 (7c))
> CPU 0 Core 1 Sensor 0: 32c
> Thermtrip=0x005a0f20 (CurTmp=0x5a (41c) TjOffset=0x00 DiodeOffset=0x0f (-4c))
> CPU 1 Core 1 Sensor 0: 41c
Well, the bits clearly are clearable; the 0's on the end of Thermtrip
show the selection is working (it wouldn't show anything if not; your
second CPU seems to not want to set the core selection bit at all, and
neither care for the sensor selection bit).
Interestingly the data sheet suggests on single core systems the core
selection bit should be *set*:
Thermal Sensor Core Select (ThermSenseCoreSel) -- Bit 2. This bit
selects the CPU whose temperature is reported in the CurTemp field.
This bit only applies to dual core processors. For single core
processors CPU0 Thermal Sensor is always selected
0b = CPU1 Thermal Sensor.
1b = CPU0 Thermal Sensor.
Maybe it's revision dependent. The data sheet is here:
See the end of page 179 for a description of the register.
Thomas 'Freaky' Hurst
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