Any working ichsmb(4) platforms out there?

Michael Butler imb at
Thu Sep 11 15:28:46 UTC 2008

Richard Tector wrote:
> Bruce M Simpson wrote:
>> Richard,
>> Thanks for this.
>> Richard Tector wrote:
>>> I have an ICH9 machine, Tyan motherboard:
>>> FreeBSD 7.0-STABLE #0: Fri Aug  1 14:57:33 BST 2008
>>> ichsmb0: <SMBus controller> port 0x18e0-0x18ff mem
>>> 0xf4a03000-0xf4a030ff irq 17 at device 31.3 on pci0
>>> ichsmb0: [GIANT-LOCKED]
>>> ichsmb0: [ITHREAD]
>>> daffy# smbmsg -p
>>> Probing for devices on /dev/smb0:
>>> Device @0x2e: rw
>> ...
>> So it looks like yours works! I see no differences to RELENG_7_0.
>> Are you using any hardware monitoring devices?
>> Can you give bsdhwmon a shot?
>> cheers
>> BMS
> Sure. If yourself or Jeremy could send over the tarball?
> I don't use any hardware monitoring on it currently.
I'd also appreciate the opportunity to try it .. old hardware but ..

imb at aaron:/home/imb> devinfo -v | grep smb
        intsmb0 pnpinfo vendor=0x8086 device=0x7113 subvendor=0x0000
subdevice=0x0000 class=0x068000 at slot=7 function=3 handle=\_SB_.PCI0.PMU_
imb at aaron:/home/imb> kenv | grep smbios
smbios.bios.vendor="Intel Corp."
smbios.chassis.maker="Dell Computer Corp.            "
smbios.chassis.serial="YC571                          "
smbios.chassis.tag="                               "
smbios.chassis.version="SPAW70W PA[CA]         "
smbios.planar.maker="Intel Corporation              "
smbios.planar.product="TR440BXA                       "
smbios.planar.serial="IMTR02702003                   "
smbios.planar.version="A16643-305             "
smbios.system.maker="Dell Computer Corp.            "
smbios.system.product="PowerApp.web 100 W             "
smbios.system.serial="YC571                          "
smbios.system.version="SPAW70W                "
imb at aaron:/home/imb> sudo smbmsg -p
Probing for devices on /dev/smb0:
Device @0x5a: rw
Device @0x60: rw
Device @0x62: rw
Device @0x64: rw
Device @0x66: rw
Device @0xa0: rw
Device @0xa2: rw
Device @0xa4: rw
Device @0xa6: rw
imb at aaron:/home/imb> sudo mbmon -d
Using SMBus-ioctl access method[IntelPIIX4(440BX/MX)]!!
* Analog Dev. Chip ADM9240 found.

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