Vann H. Walke
walkev at presearch.com
Wed Sep 11 13:30:51 EDT 2002
On Wed, 2002-09-11 at 12:16, David Mathog wrote:
> Couple of questions about the Tyan S2568UGN. We have one running
> RH 7.3 and the current lm_sensors installed.
> 1. sync followed by poweroff brings the OS down but does NOT
> turn off the power. This even though ACPI is enabled in the BIOS. Have
> any of you been able to power down one of these boards from the OS
> to the point where it turns off the power?
Are you running with an SMP kernel? SMP disables ACPI for stability
> 2. Anybody have an appropriate sensors.conf file for this? The default
> one reads both CPUs and the motherboard at around 77C. Well, that's
> not right since I can hold my finger against the side of the heat sink
> it's warm but not uncomfortably hot. 45C, tops. Granted that's the
> outside of the
> heat sink, but it's hard to believe that there is a 30 degree
> difference. Similar
> CPUs in Asus A7V266E motherboards read only 57C from the on chip
> diode, and the mobo is only 28C. I don't know where the motherboard
> sensor is on the Tyan but the board itself couldn't have been much above
> room temperature. Which makes me wonder if there's any connection at
> all between the Temps coming out of the sensors program and what the
> actual thermistors
> are experiencing.
I'm assuming by most current you mean 2.6.4. If not upgrade to the
latest version. Keep looking at the lm_sensors bug reports for
updates. You may have already seen this ticket (I noticed your ticket
there as well):
Unfortunately new motherboards are often not well documented and it
takes a while for discovery and reverse engineering. If you keep
checking the lm_sensors home page a solution should come up.
> 3. Is there a BIOS temperature monitor on this board? I looked and
> find one.
You looked where? In BIOS at startup? Physically on the board?
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