High temperature on FreeBSD

alina at sc.rimed.cu alina at sc.rimed.cu
Mon Mar 12 02:33:43 UTC 2012

> You have a cooling or hardware problem. The problem isn't FreeBSD. The
> following system is a 3.3GHz hexacore i7 with a constant load average of
> 4:
> btw> sysctl -a | grep temper
> dev.cpu.0.temperature: 44.0C
> dev.cpu.1.temperature: 44.0C
> dev.cpu.2.temperature: 51.0C
> dev.cpu.3.temperature: 51.0C
> dev.cpu.4.temperature: 38.0C
> dev.cpu.5.temperature: 38.0C
> dev.cpu.6.temperature: 48.0C
> dev.cpu.7.temperature: 48.0C
> dev.cpu.8.temperature: 54.0C
> dev.cpu.9.temperature: 54.0C
> dev.cpu.10.temperature: 47.0C
> dev.cpu.11.temperature: 47.0C
> This one is a 2.93 i7 quad core with a load average of 6:
> iirc> sysctl -a | grep temper
> dev.cpu.0.temperature: 57.0C
> dev.cpu.1.temperature: 57.0C
> dev.cpu.2.temperature: 57.0C
> dev.cpu.3.temperature: 57.0C
> dev.cpu.4.temperature: 59.0C
> dev.cpu.5.temperature: 59.0C
> dev.cpu.6.temperature: 53.0C
> dev.cpu.7.temperature: 53.0C
> I am sitting here with seven FreeBSD systems (including the i7s), four
> AMD 8150s at 4 GHz and one is a 64-core 6172. None of them are 65-100C.
> All of them are busy.

Thanks you everybody but if it's a hardware problem then why i didn't have
it in Fedora; the problem did not appear at this time, i install the
system and !bum! the first shutdown for thermal reasons (was only coping
my backup).

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