[lm-sensors] Upgraded my old Debian box's Kernel from 2.6.30 to 2.6.32, and missing datas in lm_sensors.

Jean Delvare khali at linux-fr.org
Tue Mar 9 10:30:38 CET 2010


On Tue, 9 Mar 2010 01:05:58 -0800, Phillip Pi wrote:
> > Please be specific. What chip is it, which voltages are missing?
> 
> AMD Athlon X2 939 CPU 4600+ and MSI K8N NEO4-F (MS-7125) motherboard
> (NVIDIA nForce4). See my secondary computer details at:
> http://alpha.zimage.com/~ant/antfarm/about/computers.txt
> 
> As for voltages, Kernel 2.6.30 and earlier said something like:
> $ sensors -f
> k8temp-pci-00c3
> Adapter: PCI adapter
> Core0 Temp: +80.6°F
> ...

Please stop editing outputs. You are stripping exactly the information
I asked for (what chip it is.)

> Adapter: ISA adapter
> VCore: +1.12 V (min = +2.11 V, max = +2.48 V)
> +3.3V: +3.28 V (min = +1.46 V, max = +0.21 V)
> +5V: +4.97 V (min = +0.89 V, max = +0.22 V)
> +12V: +11.43 V (min = +0.24 V, max = +9.67 V)
> -12V: +0.72 V (min = -5.37 V, max = +0.63 V)
> -5V: +5.10 V (min = +1.18 V, max = -7.66 V)
> V5SB: +5.59 V (min = +0.13 V, max = +0.48 V)
> VBat: +1.55 V (min = +2.24 V, max = +3.46 V)
> fan1: 2360 RPM (min = 1622 RPM, div = 4)
> fan2: 2376 RPM (min = 1985 RPM, div = 4)
> temp1: +82.4°F (high = +201.2°F, hyst = +221.0°F) sensor = 
> thermistor
> temp2: +86.0°F (high = +176.0°F, hyst = +167.0°F) sensor = 
> thermistor
> beep_enable:enabled

OK, and how do I compare this with 2.6.32 if you do not provide the
output there?

> > Remember that the output of sensors is influenced by the contents of
> > libsensors configuration files (/etc/sensors.conf, /etc/sensors3.conf
> > and/or /etc/sensors.d/* depending on your libsensors version and
> > distribution choices.)
> 
> I always keep my lm_sensors packages updated so whatever they gave me is 
> what I use. The only I edited was /etc/modules based on sensors-detect 
> results (w83627ehf). I do not recall editing sensors*.conf files or 
> being asked to do so.

This doesn't mean they haven't changed. We ship a default configuration
file, which does change over time. That being said, it does _not_
contain arbitrary ignore statements, so should not be responsible for
inputs mysteriously disappearing.

-- 
Jean Delvare




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