[lm-sensors] Status/support for Linux HECI from Intel? (for temp/voltage monitoring)

Gabriel C nix.or.die at googlemail.com
Mon Jan 4 15:43:55 CET 2010


2010/1/4 Justin Piszcz <jpiszcz at lucidpixels.com>:
>
>
> On Mon, 4 Jan 2010, Gabriel C wrote:
>
>>>>
>>>> Today I'm out from hospital so I've decided to quick hack this tool
>>>> and make it work on Linux.
>>>>
>>>> Here the output from my DQ45CB mobo:
>>>>
>>>> crazy at thor:~/INTEL/QST/Li$ sudo ./heci-qst
>>>> CPU  Temp:      56.00   °C
>>>> MB   Temp:      31.14   °C
>>>> ICH  Temp:      67.37   °C
>>>> MCH  Temp:      66.00   °C
>>>> CPU  Fan:       1080    RPM
>>>> INL  Fan:       1202    RPM
>>>> OUTL Fan:       288     RPM
>>>> +12  Volts:     11.965  V
>>>> +5   Volts:     5.021   V
>>>> +3.3 Volts:     3.316   V
>>>> MCH  Vccp:      1.122   V
>>>> CPU1 Vccp:      1.125   V
>>>>
>>>> Justin I know is not based on released SDK of Intel but maybe you
>>>> still want to do some tests ?:)
>
> DMI Info:
>
> Handle 0x0004, DMI type 0, 24 bytes
> BIOS Information
>        Vendor: Intel Corp.
>        Version: MQ96510J.86A.1754.2008.1117.0002
>
> Handle 0x0006, DMI type 2, 20 bytes
> Base Board Information
>        Manufacturer: Intel Corporation
>        Product Name: DG965WH
>        Version: AAD41692-304
>
> Cool, first time I have ever seen this =)
>
> # ./heci-qst-linux CPU  Temp:      36.55   °C
> MB   Temp:      38.75   °C
> MCH  Temp:      33.89   °C
> 04:     64.90   °C
> 05:     46.25   °C
> CPU  Fan:       836     RPM
> INL  Fan:       1362    RPM
> OUTL Fan:       836     RPM
> AUX  Fan:       2600    RPM
> +12  Volts:     12.029  V
> +5   Volts:     4.949   V
> +3.3 Volts:     3.247   V
> MCH  Vccp:      1.260   V
> CPU1 Vccp:      1.180   V
>
> It appears to work.
>
> Thanks,

NP :)

Anyway It seems like ICH8* has some different output .. can't tell yet
without docs =)

Please open heci-qst-linux.c and find :


const char * const temp_names[THERM_SENSOR_COUNT] = {
...

Change to look like this :


const char * const temp_names[THERM_SENSOR_COUNT] = {
       "CPU  Temp",
       "MB1  Temp",
        NULL,
       "MB2  Temp",
       "ICH  Temp",
       "MCH  Temp",
       NULL,
       NULL,
       NULL,
       NULL,
       NULL,
       NULL,
};


Also can you post a lspci -nn please :)

>
> Justin.
>


Gabriel




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