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What is the critical threshold values (upper and lower) for PS12000 temperature?

Solutions ID:    KB4598
Version:    1.0
Status:    Published
Published date:    09/02/2011
 

Problem Description

According to PacketGuide:

■ CPU Temperature. (PacketShaper 12000 only)  A trap is generated when the CPU crosses upper or lower critical thresholds.
■ Motherboard Temperature. (PacketShaper 12000 only)  A trap is generated when the motherboard temperature crosses upper or lower critical thresholds.

What are the critical threshold values (upper and lower) for the CPU and motherboard temperature sensors?
 

 

Resolution

Run the following commands to confirm the temperature threshold for SNMP traps.
 
PacketShaper# sys ipmi sensor get "CPU 0 Temp"
Locating sensor record...
Sensor ID              : CPU 0 Temp (0x61)
Entity ID             : 3.0
Sensor Type (Analog)  : Temperature
Sensor Reading        : 61 (+/- 0) degrees C  (3d)
Status                : ok
Lower Non-Recoverable : 0.000
Lower Critical        : 2.000
Lower Non-Critical    : 4.000
Upper Non-Critical    : 73.000
Upper Critical        : 75.000
Upper Non-Recoverable : 89.000
Assertions Enabled    : lnc- lcr- lnr- unc+ ucr+ unr+
Deassertions Enabled  : lnc- lcr- lnr- unc+ ucr+ unr+
 
PacketShaper# sys ipmi sensor get "MLB TEMP 1"
Locating sensor record...
Sensor ID              : MLB TEMP 1 (0x21)
Entity ID             : 7.0
Sensor Type (Analog)  : Temperature
Sensor Reading        : 42 (+/- 0) degrees C  (2a)
Status                : ok
Lower Non-Recoverable : 0.000
Lower Critical        : 0.000
Lower Non-Critical    : 0.000
Upper Non-Critical    : 76.000
Upper Critical        : 78.000
Upper Non-Recoverable : 80.000
Assertions Enabled    : unc+ ucr+ unr+
 
 
PacketShaper# sys ipmi sensor get "MLB TEMP 2"
Locating sensor record...
Sensor ID              : MLB TEMP 2 (0x22)
Entity ID             : 7.0
Sensor Type (Analog)  : Temperature
Sensor Reading        : 34 (+/- 0) degrees C  (22)
Status                : ok
Lower Non-Recoverable : 0.000
Lower Critical        : 0.000
Lower Non-Critical    : 0.000
Upper Non-Critical    : 53.000
Upper Critical        : 55.000
Upper Non-Recoverable : 76.000
Assertions Enabled    : unc+ ucr+ unr+

 
 


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