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Old 08-15-2022, 07:09 AM   #1
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OpenBSD : monitoring cpu temperature.


i have done some googling and found this command :
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BSD$ sysctl hw.sensors.ksmn0
hw.sensors.ksmn0.temp0=49.62 degC (Tctl)
hw.sensors.ksmn0.temp1=47.00 degC (Tccd0)
hw.sensors.ksmn0.temp2=48.75 degC (Tccd1)
BSD$
thing is that i dont know if those temperatures are CPU's temperatures.

EDIT: my cpu is amd ryzen 9.

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Old 08-16-2022, 08:12 PM   #2
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They look like they are in the correct range for CPU temperatures.

Per this site, that does look like a valid command for checking CPU temperature.

As an aside, that wouldn't be the site where you found the command, would it?
 
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They look like they are in the correct range for CPU temperatures.

Per this site, that does look like a valid command for checking CPU temperature.

As an aside, that wouldn't be the site where you found the command, would it?
thanks man, i am not sure where i found that command, i think it might be that one you posted
 
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You'll probably eventually want to look at sensorsd.conf(5) and sensorsd(8) too.
 
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You'll probably eventually want to look at sensorsd.conf(5) and sensorsd(8) too.
thanks. its what i want to read about

ill read the man pages later.

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In the past, the OpenBSD developers were rather angry about that site. I'd go straight for the manual pages.
 
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In the past, the OpenBSD developers were rather angry about that site. I'd go straight for the manual pages.
oh, why tho?

ill use then just man pages.
 
  


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