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Collin_6
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Monitor System Temperature

Hi,

I've just set up the HP System Mgmt Hompage, HP Insight Diagnostics and HP SIM on a ProLiant DL380 G3 running RHEL 3. Is there a way to see the server temperature and other environmental conditions from one of these graphical interfaces? I can see them using hplog -t, hplog -f, and hplog -p but I'd like to be able to view them along with everything else in the GUI. Am I just missing where it is?

Also for some reason some of the links are disabled in the Integrated Agents section of the System Management Homepage. Should they be? Is this what is causing the problem? I think that these agents are running. See the attached pic.

Thanks in advance for your help.
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David Claypool
Honored Contributor

Re: Monitor System Temperature

What do you see under the 'Environment' link?
Collin_6
Occasional Visitor

Re: Monitor System Temperature

Check the attachment in the first post.
Collin_6
Occasional Visitor

Re: Monitor System Temperature

Ohh, I found it, under Revovery. Does it matter that I can't click on the links on the left or does everything look okay?
David Claypool
Honored Contributor
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Re: Monitor System Temperature

More specifically, if you click the 'Environment' link, what do you see?
Collin_6
Occasional Visitor

Re: Monitor System Temperature

I've attached a screen shot of the Environment page. I overlooked this link entirely, originally. So now I can see my temperatures :) thanks.

Regarding the other part of the question, should the links be active on the left side of the homepage?

Thanks again for your help.
Collin_6
Occasional Visitor

Re: Monitor System Temperature

Thanks David