[lm-sensors] HP Compaq ProLiant DL380 detect failure

Juerg Haefliger juergh at gmail.com
Tue Jan 9 14:28:25 CET 2007


I contacted the iLO ASIC guys and they are checking the request for
providing technical information. I also checked the schematics of the
DL385G2. The iLO ASIC provides 4 I2C buses to which the temp sensors
(SMSC EMC1043) are attached to.
I already wrote the driver for the EMC1043 and have a framework in
place for the iLO driver. More later...

...juerg


On 12/26/06, Thomas Brown <twb0 at lymenet.org> wrote:
> Thanks all--if we can get this working there is a large community of HP
> ProLiant server users who will benefit.
>
> Upon tracing the "hplog" process behavior, it seems to read the data is
> by using message queues attached to the Proliant System Health Monitor
> (hpasmd) process which, in turn, may also rely on data from the HP
> Lights-Out Drivers and Agents (hprsm) daemon.
>
> There are two routes that might be taken here:
>
> 1.  Reverse-engineer the hpasmd process and read values directly from
> the HP/Compaq hardware.
>    or
> 2.  Write a shim to work in concert with an existing hpasmd process and
> feed data back using existing drivers (i.e. /dev/cpqhealth/proc,
> /dev/cpqhealth/cevt, etc.)
>
> -Tom
>




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