A tool for Linux that provides drivers capable of reading hardware sensors such as temperature and voltage.

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Orange blinking warning on Fujitsu Siemens RX-100

I am managing an aged Fujitsu Siemens RX-100 server running raid-1, Red Hat Enterprise and Oracle 11-G. There are no apparent faults, but the orange triangle warning light is flashing. How do I ...
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Governing fan speed in Linux

We bought an HP ProLiant DL320e Gen8 v2 server at office, to be used to run internal applications under Linux. Our OS choice runs between CentOS 6.5 and openSUSE 13.1, though the server is certified ...
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Missing CPU Cores in Net-SNMP

I have a server with dual Intel Xeon E5-2667 CPU (6 cores+HT) running OEL(RHEL) 6.4 For some reason snmp query to it shows cores from only 1 CPU. Here's output sensors command. [root@host log]# ...
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Accessing lm_sensors remotely?

I have Installed lm_sensors on my servers.How is it possible to access the sensors remotely on all the servers like HDDTemp that listen's on specific port. Any help in this regard will be appreciated. ...
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What's the use of all these redundant IPMI system management inroads?

I think this applies to various server hardware. My IBM here has 3 different ways of managing the system with IPMI and related technologies: 1) Standard IPMI connectors which I can connect to with ...
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lm_sensors reports wrong temperature on Supermicro X8DT3?

Here's my system info: System Information Manufacturer: Supermicro Product Name: X8DT3 Version: 1234567890 Serial Number: 1234567890 UUID: 3EFC338F-2038-F257-3B5E-0025902BF938 ...
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CentOS - lm_sensors installation

I need to install CentOS 5 server using kickstart installation. As part of the installation, I need to install lm_sensors package. When I'm installing lm_sensors manually, I'm running sensors-detect ...
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How to check CPU/HDD temperature under XenServer 5.6?

Is it possible to check the temperature of the CPU and locally attached SATA/IDE HDDs under XenServer 5.6? Can I install lm-sensors?
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LM Sensors always returning same (invalid) value for one temp sensor

I am trying to monitor the temp sensors on a server, and plot them using Cacti. I have lm-sensors installed and working correctly. For example, here is the output from sensors: % sensors ...