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How do I check the CPU temperature and other environmental variables on the ECS appliance?

Product and Software: This article applies to ECS 4.0.4 and later.

 

 

The 'sdt.x86_64' command allows you to check and reset the environmental variables on the ECS. These variables include the CPU temperature, fan speed, and voltage.

 

 

Example

> sdt.x86_64

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Supero Doctor II - Linux version 2.52(090413)
Copyright(c) 1993-2009 by Super Micro Computer, Inc. http://supermicro.com/
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Monitored Item High Limit Low Limit Status
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Fan1 Fan Speed 712 8653
Fan2 Fan Speed 712 8766
Fan3 Fan Speed 712 9121
CPU Core Voltage 1.48 0.92 1.31
-12V Voltage -10.58 -13.40 -12.21
DIMM Voltage 1.98 1.62 1.81
+3.3V Voltage 3.63 2.96 3.30
+12V Voltage 13.25 10.75 11.71
+5V Voltage 5.50 4.49 4.94
+5Vsb Voltage 5.50 4.49 4.80
VBAT Voltage 3.66 2.99 3.18
CPU Temperature 60/140 12/53
System Temperature 50/122 24/75
Chassis Intrusion Good
Power Supply Failure Bad Warning!
--------------------------------------------- Tue Oct 27 09:27:46 2009

Endpoint Compliance System
root@ECS02:/root

 

 

 

 

Use the -r option to reset the warning.

 

 

Example

sdt.x86_64 -r "Chassis Intrusion"

 

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