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IS quite challenging as I have followed on the Centos OS solution but I dont find this file /etc/sysconfig/lm_sensors too. I am practically lost and have no idea what to do next as the disable also not working either.
If your servers are still under warranty you can open a support case with cisco and ask them if the bios update would solve the issue you are having right now.
Take advantage of your support contract, that may lead to a hardware change if they detect that there is some faulty hardware.
Usually support ask you to update bios, CIMC, firmware, etc. and test if that solves any of the issues you have, if not, then they begin to dig deeper.
For every update or upgrade you can ask cisco support the procedure according to best practices.
Hi! For some reason I also wanted to get rid of kipmi0 on my CentOS 6.4 x64 installation. It was built in the kernel. Thus I edited kernel .config and replaced all *_IPMI*=y entries by =m. Rebuild the kernel and reboot. No more kipmi0.