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L2000 temperature via GSP

 
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L2000 temperature via GSP

Is there a command that will inform me of the temperature inside the server? I know the server shuts down at a certain temperature threshold, but I'm just curious if I can find out what the temperature is at any time.

Thanks,

..Joe
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Re: L2000 temperature via GSP

Here's one thread that discusses this, it links to another too.

http://forums1.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/questionanswer.do?threadId=17330&admit=-682735245+1122266905183+28353475


I've looked into this before, you can get alerts but I don't think you can ask what temp at any time.
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Re: L2000 temperature via GSP

System(L2000) does not send any information for normal temperature condition unless it's over heat.

/etc/envd.conf file is to set mail and paging for OverTemp.
Related files are /etc/rc.config.d/envd and /sbin/init.d/envd


-USA
Good Luck..
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Re: L2000 temperature via GSP


Temperature operation limits for L Series is 5 degree centi grade to 35 C or ( 41 F - 95 F)

recommended Operation range 20 C - 25 C ( 68 - 77 F)

It can be found in user manual at docs.hp.com

-USA..
Good Luck..
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Re: L2000 temperature via GSP

hi,

as the other have say, there is no command to tell the operating temperature.

as i was looking at your profile, u sure need to buck up on assigning points to those who has assisted u. your unassign post are filling 8 pages and counting:

http://forums1.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/pageList.do?userId=CA497804&listType=unassigned&forumId=1

regards.
what you do not see does not mean you should not believe
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Re: L2000 temperature via GSP

I wish everyone would stop begging for points!! This isn't a contest!!
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Re: L2000 temperature via GSP

hi brad,

from my personal experience in this forum, there are 3 types of users. those who help, those who was helped and show gratitude by giving feedback and/or assign points and finally those who wants help but do not even give any feedback, i.e. "thank you", "your answer helped", etc, and/or even assign any points. this last type of user really "eeks" (too polite to mention other "finer" word) me.

i would not go to the extent of calling it begging. this forum is successful because of this reward system which encourages people to give their knowledge and experience. i was only reminding those who repeatedly failed to follow the etiquette of this fine system.

if u have not already read these, u may like to do so:

http://forums1.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/helptips.do?#28

http://forums1.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/questionanswer.do?threadId=140137

regards.
what you do not see does not mean you should not believe
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Re: L2000 temperature via GSP

Mr. Loo. You are Royalty!! Thank you.
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Re: L2000 temperature via GSP

Hi Brad,

Even though this reply is not for the primary post, I am forced to reply.

As indicated by Joseph, it is not begging. The points assigning is very important because most of the people who respond, would check the history of the person posting a question. If that person is not good in assigning points they may not reply.

This may in turn deny the person the vital information. If you do not want to indicate this to the person posting the question, then you cannot question the people who do not reply because of poor points assigning history.

So, for mutual benefit let us encourage everybody to follow the forum etiquette.

With regards,
Mohan.

P.S. Zero points for my post.
Attitude, Not aptitude, determines your altitude
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Re: L2000 temperature via GSP

Thanks for the replies