laszlo_danielisz at yahoo.com
Tue Nov 17 20:48:49 UTC 2009
Thank you very much!
I just got a tip, it's called munin.
From: Roland Smith <rsmith at xs4all.nl>
To: Dánielisz László <laszlo_danielisz at yahoo.com>
Cc: freebsd-questions at freebsd.org
Sent: Tue, November 17, 2009 9:34:12 PM
Subject: Re: hdd voltage
On Tue, Nov 17, 2009 at 12:14:10PM -0800, Dánielisz László wrote:
> I installed mbmon, it looks like its a great application, but I have a question, I google it and I
> found no answers yet.
> With mbmon -r what values do you get? I figured out some but the rest I
> have no idea for what stands for.
This is what I get:
mbmon -A -d
Summary of Detection:
* ISA monitor(s):
** Winbond Chip W83627HF/THF/THF-A found.
mbmon -I -r -c1
TEMP0 : 33.0
TEMP1 : 39.0
TEMP2 : 22.0
FAN0 : 1687
FAN1 : 1350
FAN2 : 0
VC0 : +2.48
VC1 : +3.65
V33 : +3.26
V50P : +5.48
V12P : +10.09
V12N : +1.05
V50N : +0.33
The meaning of the tags is explained in /usr/local/share/doc/mbmon/ReadMe
I'm not sure as to how reliable this info is. E.g. My negative voltages are
_way_ off and the +12V doesn't look too well, but the system runs OK. The CPU
temperature (TEMP1) is much lower than the on-die temperatures that coretemp
reports but that could just be because the sensor from the winbond chip is in
And as I said earlier, chips like the Winbond only update their values once
every second. So you cannot use them to monitor fast changes.
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