IPMITool 1.8.9 Bad Values on PowerEdge SDR List (WAS: [Fwd: [netops] ipmitool - timeout causes core dumps)

Jason Brechin brechin at ncsa.uiuc.edu
Tue Apr 17 18:07:59 CDT 2007


What kind of processor is in your machine?  I have seen similar issues 
with ours and may be able to offer an explanation.

Jason

Brian A. Seklecki wrote:
> Actually what seems to be happening in 1.8.9, is that these values are
> erroneously showing up as "Disabled".
>
> Temp             | 01h | ns  |  3.1 | Disabled
> Temp             | 02h | ns  |  3.2 | Disabled
> Temp             | 05h | ns  | 10.1 | Disabled
> Temp             | 06h | ns  | 10.2 | Disabled
> Ambient Temp     | 08h | ok  |  7.1 | 19 degrees C
> FAN 1 RPM        | 30h | ok  |  7.1 | 6300 RPM
> FAN 2 RPM        | 31h | ok  |  7.1 | 6375 RPM
> FAN 3 RPM        | 32h | ok  |  7.1 | 5850 RPM
> FAN 4 RPM        | 33h | ok  |  7.1 | 5925 RPM
> FAN 5 RPM        | 34h | ns  |  7.1 | Disabled
> FAN 6 RPM        | 35h | ns  |  7.1 | Disabled
>
>
>
> On Tue, 2007-04-17 at 14:31 -0400, Brian A. Seklecki wrote:
>   
>> Anyone else seeing this?
>>
>> 1.8.8:
>>
>> $ sudo -H -u mrtg /tmp/ipmitool-1.8.8 -U netadmin
>> -f /usr/local/cane_me... -H [PowerEdge] sdr list full
>> Temp             | -53 degrees C     | ok
>> Temp             | -51 degrees C     | ok
>> Temp             | 40 degrees C      | ok
>> Temp             | 40 degrees C      | ok
>> Ambient Temp     | 19 degrees C      | ok
>> FAN 1 RPM        | 6300 RPM          | ok
>> FAN 2 RPM        | 6375 RPM          | ok
>> FAN 3 RPM        | 5850 RPM          | ok
>>
>> 1.8.9 in tree:
>>
>> $ sudo -H -u mrtg /usr/local/bin/ipmitool -U netadmin -f /cane/one -H
>> [PowerEdge] -c sdr list full
>> (14:04:20) seklecki: Temp,,,ns
>> Temp,,,ns
>> Temp,,,ns
>> Temp,,,ns
>> Ambient Temp,18,degrees C,ok
>> FAN 1 RPM,6300,RPM,ok
>> FAN 2 RPM,6375,RPM,ok
>> FAN 3 RPM,5775,RPM,ok
>> FAN 4 RPM,5850,RPM,ok
>> FAN 5 RPM,,,ns
>> FAN 6 RPM,,,ns
>>
>> [the only difference is the -c]. 
>>
>> Note how the 1.8.9 binary pulls null values?
>>
>>     



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