[Beowulf] lm_sensors and clusters and wrong intel cpu readings

Christopher Samuel samuel at unimelb.edu.au
Mon Aug 13 21:11:03 PDT 2012


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On 14/08/12 06:36, David N. Lombard wrote:

> Nowadays, I *first* look in /sys. For example, this file is on my
> WS:
> 
> /sys/devices/platform/coretemp.0/temp2_input
> 
> This the temp (in thousandth's of a deg C) of /one/ of the cores. 
> If you look in the coretemp.0 directory (where 0 is one of the
> sockets, you'll see other pseudo files, like the alarm et al.
> 
> The names may well vary depending on platform and kernel version.

Nice find, I wasn't seeing that on any of my systems until I realised
that the coretemp kernel module isn't loaded by default.. :-)

modprobe coretemp  # is your friend :-)

cheers,
Chris
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 Christopher Samuel        Senior Systems Administrator
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