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Old 07-31-2005, 10:14 PM   #1
djohnson
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Angry HP Server and OpManager


Hello,

I have a HP server with Redhat Linux Enterprise 3 installed. I have also installed the HP ASM and the latest net-snmp installed and the snmpd.conf configured to allow for messages. The problem that I have is that OpManager is not picking up the server temperature. I wish to monitor this temperature. I can get all other stats such as CPU utilisation, Memory usage etc but not the server temperature. Can any one help?

Daniel
 
Old 08-04-2005, 09:15 PM   #2
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do you see acpi(?) under the /proc folder? That may have it.

What kind of server is it by the way? Blade? Proliant?

Also, did you install RHEL3 or did it come from HP with that?
 
Old 08-04-2005, 10:33 PM   #3
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Hello,

The machine is a Blade BL30p. We installed RHEL3. It was not pre-installed by HP.
I checked in the /proc and there is no acpi. What is the acpi?

Daniel
 
Old 08-05-2005, 10:46 AM   #4
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I may mean acip .... its some conglomeration of those 4 letters, a being the first, and i believe its for desktop computers anyway .... its like APM but better/newer.

I have a BL20p here on my desk that I saved from scrap but I dont have a rack and it probably doesnt work anyway seeing that I picked it up from the scrap pile. I believe the rack has a manager? Whether it does or not, HP shipped their Blades with a program called iLo "Integrated Lights Out" that lets you manage ISS Blades .... Do you have that around? Did these Blades come with Windoze? Are you the first owner or got this from somebody else? I think BL30ps are only a year old.

I have not heard of a kernel module with these blades that report the temperature. You may want to look into the IPMI which monitors the health of box. Probably something there.

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Old 08-07-2005, 06:43 PM   #5
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Hello,

Yes there is an iLo that we have installed but do not wish to use that as I would need to log into each one and monitor. With OpManager I can manage centrally. I know that there is a temperature monitor as it works with Windows but not with Linux, or I cant figure it out. I have installed the asm for Linux, the latest downloaded from HP, and configured it as much as I can see but I am not too sure if I have to configure snmp further or if it gets the temperature in another means. This is what I need to figure out.

Daniel
 
  


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