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How to pull report on temperature sensonrs info of RX server

pa8700
Regular Advisor

How to pull report on temperature sensonrs info of RX server

How to pull report on temperature sensonrs info of RX server.

I want to do with STM .Pls breef the commands.

If it is not possible pls share some ideas.
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Torsten.
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Re: How to pull report on temperature sensonrs info of RX server

It's different for different server models - best here is to use system management homepage.

Hope this helps!
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Steven E. Protter
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Re: How to pull report on temperature sensonrs info of RX server

Shalom,

If your console is on the network, it is possible to write a script that runs through the options.

Such a script would include passwords and pose a security risk.

I do like the idea of merely browsing to the system management home page. ilo is a great tool, ships on most rx servers made the past few years.

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pa8700
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Re: How to pull report on temperature sensonrs info of RX server

I just wanted an automated cheap solution like scripts and can be putas cron to check this.Please have some light on this direction
Torsten.
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Re: How to pull report on temperature sensonrs info of RX server

The temperature inside a server is measured by several sensors. Depending on the system model, there are several "things" that monitor all such sensors. In case of an overtemp, the system will alert the running OS - you will find messages in roots mail and syslog.
To read the values, you need special soft or hardware. The MP is such special hardware - and the SMH (the providers) are too.

Hope this helps!
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Torsten.

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