[lm-sensors] LPC47M192-NC Fans
khali at linux-fr.org
Sat Dec 5 16:37:06 CET 2009
On Wed, 2 Dec 2009 14:55:37 -0500 (EST), Sean Fidler wrote:
> Sensors output:
> Adapter: SMBus I801 adapter at 1880
> +2.5V: +0.00 V (min = +2.90 V, max = +2.90 V) ALARM
> VCore: +0.00 V (min = +2.99 V, max = +2.99 V) ALARM
> +3.3V: +0.00 V (min = +4.38 V, max = +4.35 V) ALARM
> +5V: +0.00 V (min = +6.64 V, max = +6.64 V) ALARM
> +12V: +3.12 V (min = +15.81 V, max = +15.88 V) ALARM
> VCC: +3.35 V (min = +4.38 V, max = +3.83 V) ALARM
> +1.5V: +0.05 V (min = +1.49 V, max = +1.99 V) ALARM
> +1.8V: +0.00 V (min = +2.39 V, max = +2.39 V) ALARM
> Chip Temp: +34.0°C (low = -17.0°C, high = -1.0°C) ALARM
> CPU Temp: +28.0°C (low = -1.0°C, high = -33.0°C) ALARM
> Sys Temp: FAULT (low = -65.0°C, high = -1.0°C) ALARM
> cpu0_vid: +1.475 V
Not many inputs wired, and the min voltage and high temperature limits
are pretty wrong, but other than that it's not too bad, except for
+12V. Do the temperature values appear to match anything you've seen in
> Adapter: ISA adapter
> fan1: 2925 RPM (min = 2560 RPM, div = 2) ALARM
> fan2: 0 RPM (min = 3072 RPM, div = 4) ALARM
Looks reasonable. Only one fan on this system? If there are more, you
can try increasing fan2_div to 8 if the other fan is a slow one. I
guess that the first ALARM wears off when running "sensors" again? 2925
is above the min limit so there should be no ALARM.
From the above output, the following configuration section would seem
appropriate for your system:
label in5 "+3.3V"
set in4_min 0
set in5_min 3.3 * 0.95
set in5_max 3.3 * 1.05
set temp1_min 5
set temp1_max 50
set temp2_min 5
set temp2_max 50
Needs to be confirmed:
* What is wired on in4.
* Temperature input labels.
* Whether cpu0_vid is real. What CPU is there on this machine?
* Which fan is connected to fan1.
* Is there anything connected to fan2.
If you can answer the questions above then we can put a good
configuration file for your machine on the wiki.
> I wouldn't mind test kernel patches. I'll have to figure out how to
> implement them, but I think I'll be able to manage *fingers crossed*. Whatever I can do to
I've put a modified smsc47m1 driver here:
I would like you to download it and test it. With that driver, you
should no longer have to do the isaset magic at boot time. It include
other changes which should hopefully be transparent to you if I didn't
This is a standalone driver, you'll need a proper build environment
(install make, gcc and the kernel headers) then type "make" then load
the driver (with insmod.)
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