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Old 10-15-2004, 09:49 AM   #1
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Question CPU Temperature thresholds.

In what file can I find the CPU temperature thresholds.

( I'm using a SunFire 280r)

I'm looking for the ( DIE temperature ).

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It looks like it is defined in the file /usr/platform/SUNW,Sun-Fire-480R/lib/psvcobj.conf where the nice line

You can also display the threshold values with the command:

# prtpicl -v -c temperature-sensor

Here is an example of its output:
CPU0_DIE_TEMPERATURE_SENSOR (temperature-sensor, 3e000002f2)
:smName        cpu0-die-temp
:smTableName   temperature-sensor
:PSVC_FRU     (3e000013a4TBL)
| (3e00000726H) |
| (3e00000753H) |
:PSVC_PARENT  (3e00000d42TBL)
| (3e00000288H) |
| (3e000004f5H) | (3e000002beH) |
:HighShutdownThreshold         100
:HighWarningThreshold  95
:LowShutdownThreshold  -15
:LowWarningThreshold   -10
:Temperature   55
:FaultInformation      NO_FAULT
:State         OK
:_class        temperature-sensor


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