monitoring hardware temperatures
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Mon Dec 6 23:19:26 UTC 2010
on 07/12/2010 01:09 Mikhail T. said the following:
> On 06.12.2010 18:02, Andriy Gapon wrote:
>> BTW, you could probably write a simple script employing smbmsg(1) to query the
>> DIMMs based on logic in the sdtemp driver.
> From OpenBSD's sdtemp man-page, it would seem, the driver uses the iic framework
> (if that's the right word, khmm...)
> And on this server I can't get /dev/iic* (nor smb*) to appear despite loading
> everything I could think of (even the viapm):
> 3 1 0xffffffff80c23000 d22 iic.ko
> 4 4 0xffffffff80c24000 10e7 iicbus.ko
> 5 1 0xffffffff80c26000 f16 iicsmb.ko
> 6 5 0xffffffff80c27000 819 smbus.ko
> 7 1 0xffffffff80c28000 c02 smb.ko
> 8 3 0xffffffff80c29000 114f iicbb.ko
> 9 1 0xffffffff80c2b000 1df3 ichsmb.ko
> 10 1 0xffffffff80c2d000 1aed intpm.ko
> 11 1 0xffffffff80c2f000 e38 pcf.ko
> 12 1 0xffffffff80c30000 b83 lpbb.ko
> 13 1 0xffffffff80c31000 368b ppbus.ko
> 14 1 0xffffffff80c35000 262a viapm.ko
> Could it be, that the motherboard simply does not have the iic-circuitry and
> that some other method has to be used? Thanks! Yours,
That's quite possible.
Another possibility is that a driver that should be able to handle your hardwre
just doesn't know the particular IDs.
pciconf -lv output could shed some light.
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