ipmitool result, what mean cols on HP DL380 server

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ipmitool result, what mean cols on HP DL380 server

Post by s18972 » 2019/01/23 03:40:16

i using Centos 6.9.

i using ipmitool tool,

result is
# ipmitool sdr type temp | grep CPU
<......>
02-CPU 1 | 04h | ok | 65.1 | 40 degrees C
<......>

what mean 65.1 ?

and "40" mean, CPU temperature?

can i get "cpu temperature" warning or critical limit value?

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Re: ipmitool result, what mean cols on HP DL380 server

Post by TrevorH » 2019/01/23 11:58:20

i using Centos 6.9.
You're out of date - 6.10 is current, run yum update to get there.

Yes, the last column is the temperature in C. I don't know what the 4th column is but I would just ignore it.
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Re: ipmitool result, what mean cols on HP DL380 server

Post by s18972 » 2019/01/23 18:38:57

TrevorH wrote:
2019/01/23 11:58:20
i using Centos 6.9.
You're out of date - 6.10 is current, run yum update to get there.

Yes, the last column is the temperature in C. I don't know what the 4th column is but I would just ignore it.
thank you for reply. :D

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Re: ipmitool result, what mean cols on HP DL380 server

Post by fdisk » 2019/02/05 12:01:38

As it is about temperatures, this looks like some kind of a threshold.
You should see a detailed description of all values with ipmitool with option -v

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Re: ipmitool result, what mean cols on HP DL380 server

Post by TrevorH » 2019/02/05 16:23:42

Using -v it shows up that column as being the "Entity ID" so it's just another way of showing what component it is.
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