P4 lm_sensors module?
Mark D. Studebaker
mds at paradyne.com
Mon Aug 4 02:13:43 CEST 2003
I have a driver I haven't checked in yet.
It's essentially a one-sensor version of adm1021. If you try adm1021 and it works
let me know and then I can fix up my xeon driver and send it to you to test.
Philip Pokorny wrote:
> I did write a driver, but later I looked in more detail at the adm1021
> driver and saw that it is a more appropriate driver for the sensor on
> the Xeons.
> Intel got a little tricky with the older 400MHz FSB Xeon procs and
> included the sensor on the PCB rather than building it into the CPU
> processor die itself. Then they wrote the Xeon sensor spec to be a
> subset of the ADM1021 register set. That let them use any ADM1021
> compliant sensor. So if you 'modprobe adm1021' and it detects two
> sensors, then you've found your CPU sensors. The CPU temperatures will
> be the "REMOTE" temperatures from those two. The "BOARD" or internal
> temperatures will be a sensor in the adm1021 itself on the CPU carrier
> board. If you have an adm1023 you get .25degC resolution as a bonus.
> If you've got 533MHz FSB Xeons, then you've got a different problem.
> Intel *removed* the onboard adm1021 from the 533MHz parts and left it up
> to the motherboard to sample and report the die temperature. In that
> case, you won't find a "xeon" sensor on the I2C bus, but should look for
> temperatures from some other sensor (winbond w83781d or compatible for
> I don't have direct experience with the Westerville board, so I'm sorry
> I won't be much more help. I've CC'd the sensors mailing list so
> perhaps someone on that list has your motherboard and can advise you.
> Dave wrote:
>> Hi! I found a note on the web from 2002 about you working on a P4
>> (Xeon) temp sensor for lm_sensors. How did that work out? I'm trying
>> to read the on-chip temerature on an SE7501WV2 Intel (westerville) board
>> with dual xeons, and not getting anywhere.
>> If you have somehting that you'd be willing to share, even if it's not
>> complete or stable, I'd really appreciate it.
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