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Monitoring voltages on ES45 with Tru64

Evert Jan van Ramselaar
Valued Contributor

Monitoring voltages on ES45 with Tru64

Are there any tools available to monitor the voltage levels on an ES45 from within Tru64 v5.1a?

I know I can use the 'env' command from the RMC prompt, but how can I monitor the values with a shell script?

Tnx,
EJ
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Pieter 't Hart
Honored Contributor

Re: Monitoring voltages on ES45 with Tru64

you ca try "http://:2301"
to adress the "insight management agent
wich displays a nice web-page with info like below


System Name : tomcat-a
Manually Refreshed @ Monday, 04 August, 2003 12:19:20


Environment

System
Degraded Action: Shut Down
Temperature:

Temperature Sensors
Sensor Location Temperature Threshold
1 System 30 C 55 C


Fans
Index Type Status
1 System Fan OK

Evert Jan van Ramselaar
Valued Contributor

Re: Monitoring voltages on ES45 with Tru64

Unfortunately that does not show the voltage information the RMC env commando does:


RMC>env

System Hardware Monitor

Temperature (warnings at 48.0??C, power-off at 53.0??C)
CPU0: 25.0??C0m CPU1: 26.0??C0m CPU2: 23.0??C0m CPU3: 27.0??C0m
Zone0: 23.0??C0m Zone1: 25.0??C0m Zone2: 22.0??C0m
Fan RPM
Fan1: 2205 Fan2: 2149 Fan3: 2265
Fan4: 2096 Fan5: OFF Fan6: 2265
Power Supply(OK, FAIL, OFF, '----' means not present)
PS0 : OK PS1 : OK PS2 : OK
CPU0: OK CPU1: OK CPU2: OK CPU3: OK
CPU CORE voltage
CPU0: +1.640V CPU1: +1.630V CPU2: +1.640V CPU3: +1.640V
CPU IO voltage
CPU0: +1.640V CPU1: +1.630V CPU2: +1.640V CPU3: +1.640V
CPU CACHE voltage
CPU0: +2.468V CPU1: +2.482V CPU2: +2.495V CPU3: +1.783V
Bulk voltage
+3.3V Bulk: +3.315V +5V Bulk: +4.940V +12V Bulk: +12.159V
Vterm: +1.580V Cterm: +1.590V -12V Bulk: -12.411V
+2.5V Bulk: +2.495V +1.5V Bulk: ----
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Evert Jan van Ramselaar
Valued Contributor

Re: Monitoring voltages on ES45 with Tru64

Just to bump this one now that this forum is a bit more crowded...

Anyone knows a way of monitoring those values from within Tru64?
Contrary to popular belief, Unix is userfriendly. It just happens to be selective about who it makes friends with.