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How to get Temperature information from Proliant using WMI or SNMP

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How to get Temperature information from Proliant using WMI or SNMP

Hello,

We would like to get the temperature informations from Proliant servers using a script, and then store them in a DB for historical graphics.

I know there are some Temperature probes on Proliant, I can see them in the System Management Home Page. But is there a way of getting those values using WMI, SNMP or something else ?
If Yes, how (SNMP OID)?

Thanks for your help

Patrick
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Sam Record
Occasional Advisor
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Re: How to get Temperature information from Proliant using WMI or SNMP

Patrick, did you try this:

CPQHLTH-MIB:cpqHeTemperatureTable

OID 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.6.2.6.8

(I realize I'm responding to an old post, just noticed it now while looking for the answer to another SNMP problem.)
Goz
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Re: How to get Temperature information from Proliant using WMI or SNMP

thanks, Sam!!
Server-Support
Super Advisor

Re: How to get Temperature information from Proliant using WMI or SNMP

Where to type that command in SIM ?
angar0202
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Re: How to get Temperature information from Proliant using WMI or SNMP

Greetings to All
 I use this oid but I did not return any value, I have to fix something, I could help.

 And if I use the command wmic get temperature and does not work, I have to activate something on the computer

 

command list WMIC

http://ss64.com/nt/wmic.html


Sam Record wrote:
Patrick, did you try this:

CPQHLTH-MIB:cpqHeTemperatureTable

OID 1.3.6.1.4.1.232.6.2.6.8

(I realize I'm responding to an old post, just noticed it now while looking for the answer to another SNMP problem.)

 

Rancher
Honored Contributor

Re: How to get Temperature information from Proliant using WMI or SNMP

How exactly do we usee this command?  Does WMI need to be installed in the SIM server?  I need a report of internal temperatures and the HP report does not bring up those values, even though you can see them on the home pages.