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Main Card and CPU Temperature

Hi.

I googled for hours trying to find out how i can show Temperatures on CLI on my Aruba 7005 WLC.

Just find some unspecific Info with "Show Inventory"... nothing about CPU Temp. Can you folks help me out?

THX!

Guru Elite

Re: Main Card and CPU Temperature

(aruba7005) #show inventory 

Supervisor Card slot            : 0
System Serial#                  : DC0003828 (Date:09/15/14)
CPU Card Serial#                : AWX320236 (Date:09/14/14)
CPU Card Assembly#              : 2010199D
CPU Card Revision               : (Rev:04.00)
SC Model#                       : Aruba7005-US
CPLD Version                    : (Rev: 2.9)
Power Source                    : 802.3at POE+
Main Board Temperatures         :
                                : Remote 1 Temp         54 C (DDR3 temperature)
                                : Local Temp            54 C (Local Thermal)
Main Board Voltages             :
ispPAC_POWR1014A_A              :
                                : VCC 5V               5.00V sense 5.094 V
                                : VCC 3V3              3.30V sense 3.312 V
                                : VCC DDR 1V35         1.35V sense 1.376 V
                                : VCC 1V8              1.80V sense 1.832 V
                                : VDD CORE             0.80V sense 0.812 V
                                : VCC 1V2 VRM          1.20V sense 1.178 V
                                : VCC 1V0              1.00V sense 1.010 V
                                : VCC 0V9              0.90V sense 0.914 V
                                : 12V MON              12.0V sense 12.172 V
                                : VCC 0V85D            0.85V sense 0.856 V

What version of ArubaOS are you running.  I see the temperature on a 7005 running 8.3.0.2


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Re: Main Card and CPU Temperature

Each CPU and GPU is manufactured and designed to run within a specific temperature range. Today’s acceptable CPU and GPU temperature thresholds are significantly lower than they were in the past. In other words, cooling is a bigger priority than it used to be. That being said, we do know the approximate recommended temperature range for many of the most popular processors and graphics cards.
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