4 Replies Latest reply: Jan 17, 2012 7:46 AM by 805789 RSS

    sunFire v440, temperature sensor

    825855
      Hi.
      Please help me, how to configure temperature sensor on sunfire v440?

      Aug 14 12:21:40 rbs rmclomv: [ID 491957 kern.crit] TEMP_SENSOR @ C0.P0.T_CORE ha s exceeded high warning threshold.
      Aug 14 12:21:55 rbs syslogd: going down on signal 15
      Aug 14 12:21:55 rbs rmclomv: [ID 947073 kern.crit] TEMP_SENSOR @ C0.P0.T_CORE ha s exceeded high soft shutdown threshold.

      we need to raise temperature limits to 60C.
      Thanks in advance!
        • 1. Re: sunFire v440, temperature sensor
          Nik
          Hi.

          Generaly never need correct this treshold on this servers.

          Check current value of trreshould: prtpicl -v
          Check current temperature: prtdiag -v


          This messages may say that server have problems with coolings or duty.


          Regards.
          • 2. Re: sunFire v440, temperature sensor
            user989408 wrote:
            Hi.
            Please help me, how to configure temperature sensor on sunfire v440?

            Aug 14 12:21:40 rbs rmclomv: [ID 491957 kern.crit] TEMP_SENSOR @ C0.P0.T_CORE has exceeded high warning threshold.
            Aug 14 12:21:55 rbs syslogd: going down on signal 15
            Aug 14 12:21:55 rbs rmclomv: [ID 947073 kern.crit] TEMP_SENSOR @ C0.P0.T_CORE has exceeded high soft shutdown threshold.

            we need to raise temperature limits to 60C.
            Thanks in advance!
            The temperature threshhold limits are hard-coded into the design of the systemboard.
            There is nothing you can do to change them.

            Your system shut down because the temperature at the primary cpu module was too high.
            You need to provide better cooling for the room and thus for the entire chassis.
            You also need to investigate whether there were fan failure messages that you ignored.
            Lastly, you need to investigate whether the system has accumulated dirt and debris inside.

            All this would be normal housekeeping, care, and administration for your system.
            • 3. Re: sunFire v440, temperature sensor
              timotio
              Hello,

              Just wanted to find out if you eventually managed to solve this issue. Also got a problem with TEMP SENSOR but on a Netra 240 server.
              • 4. Re: sunFire v440, temperature sensor
                805789
                Hi;

                Check <prtdiag> and if you are able to 'halt' your box, at the OBP chec <.env>.

                Cheers. </SQ>