On 5 April 2010 03:22, Ian Smith <smi...@nimnet.asn.au> wrote:
> Constantine, I've dropped freebsd-drivers and freebsd-hardware from ccs,
> I'm not subscribed.  Please re-add if it's useful, or ignore if not :)

Ian, should you have used a mailer with support for Mail-Followup-To,
you wouldn't have to do that manually. :-)


> On Mon, 5 Apr 2010, Constantine A. Murenin wrote:
> [..]
>  > * the supposed range specifications are now reported  for each input that 
> is
>  > being sensed
> [..]
>  > > sudo kldload aibs.ko
>  > > sysctl hw.acpi.aibs0
>  > hw.acpi.aibs0.volt.0: 1192 850 1600
>  > hw.acpi.aibs0.volt.1: 3312 2970 3630
>  > hw.acpi.aibs0.volt.2: 5017 4500 5500
>  > hw.acpi.aibs0.volt.3: 12302 10200 13800
>
> I'm curious about these.  Are the high and low ranges being reported by
> the device/s, or from specifications?  At least 3.3 and 5.0V specs are
> more commonly +/-5%, these are +/-10%, and the 12V range is +/-15%!

This is what ASUSTeK has in the ACPI DSDT of the specific motherboard
where the test was run.


>  > hw.acpi.aibs0.temp.0: 31.0C 80.0C 95.0C
>  > hw.acpi.aibs0.temp.1: 58.0C 60.0C 95.0C
>
> Obviously the 95C are maxima, but what do the 80C and 60C represent?

It's all documented in the manual page for aibs(4) — two upper limits
for temperatures are provided.  On OpenBSD, DragonFly and NetBSD,
readings above these values generate WARN and CRIT states.


>  > hw.acpi.aibs0.fan.0: 907 600 7200
>  > hw.acpi.aibs0.fan.1: 0 700 7200
>  > > sysctl -d hw.acpi.aibs0
>  > hw.acpi.aibs0: ASUSTeK AI Booster (ACPI ASOC ATK0110)
>  > hw.acpi.aibs0.volt.0: Vcore Voltage
>  > hw.acpi.aibs0.volt.1:  +3.3 Voltage
>  > hw.acpi.aibs0.volt.2:  +5 Voltage
>  > hw.acpi.aibs0.volt.3:  +12 Voltage
>  > hw.acpi.aibs0.temp.0: CPU Temperature
>  > hw.acpi.aibs0.temp.1: MB Temperature
>  > hw.acpi.aibs0.fan.0: CPU FAN Speed
>  > hw.acpi.aibs0.fan.1: CHASSIS FAN Speed
>  > > sudo kldunload aibs.ko
>  >
>  >
>  > Best regards,
>  > Constantine.SU.
>
> cheers, Ian

br,
cnst.su.
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