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tiwarikrishna2007
20-Mar-2015, 09:13
Hi Team,

I am unable to check Physical Environment status of Server like FAN, LED, SENSOR from command line in OS.
I am looking for command similar to prtdiag in Solaris.

Someone kindly help!!

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malcolmlewis
03-Apr-2015, 16:29
On Fri 20 Mar 2015 08:14:01 AM CDT, tiwarikrishna2007 wrote:


Hi Team,

I am unable to check Physical Environment status of Server like FAN,
LED, SENSOR from command line in OS.
I am looking for command similar to prtdiag in Solaris.

Someone kindly help!!




Hi
Is the 'sensors' package installed and have you run sensors-detect?

It may be the kernel module for the sensors on the M/B is not
provided, but need that from the sensors-detect application.

On my home server I have this issue and need to compile my own it87
module which isn't provided....

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