Hi Sharad,

I have worked on several supermicro motherboards before, and my
recollection is that none have supported memory sensors.  A few (but not
all) support some processor or module-board sensors.  It's possible
you're out of luck for those sensors on your motherboard.

I'm not sure where to download a firmware upgrade directly.  I assume a
link can be found on www.supermicro.com.

As for this:

> # /usr/local/sbin/ipmi-sel
> ipmi-sel: unable to get SEL record

it certainly isn't normal.  Is there a chance you could run with a newer
version of FreeIPMI?  I've put in a lot more detailed error messages and
debugging functions in newer FreeIPMIs.

Al

On Fri, 2007-10-12 at 18:03 +0530, Sharad Chandra wrote:
> Hi,
> 
>       Can you please tell the step to upgrade or any link on net? What is 
> latest 
> firmware version and where to find it.
> 1 more thing. Is that normal behavior of ipmi
> # /usr/local/sbin/ipmi-sel
> ipmi-sel: unable to get SEL record
> 
> From bmc-info, I have
> 
> Device ID:         20
> Device Revision:   0
> Firmware Revision: 14.64
>                    [Device Available (normal operation)]
> IPMI Version:      2.0
> Additional Device Support:
>                    [Sensor Device]
>                    [SDR Repository Device]
>                    [SEL Device]
>                    [FRU Inventory Device]
>                    [IPMB Event Receiver]
>                    [IPMB Event Generator]
>                    [Bridge]
> Manufacturer ID:   878h
> Product ID:        0h
> Aux Firmware Revision Info: 0h
> .
> .... then channel info
> 
> I have less knowledge regarding h/w kinda things.
> 
> Thanks
> Sharad Chandra
> 
> 
> On Friday 12 October 2007 4:03 pm, Anand Babu Periasamy wrote:
> > Hmm.. it looks like your sensor data repository (SDR) itself
> > has only few entries. It is possible that your IPMI BMC only
> > supports basic sensors, or you will need a SDR firmware update.
> >
> > --
> > Anand Babu Periasamy.
> >
> > Sharad Chandra writes:
> > > [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~]# /usr/local/sbin/ipmi-sensors
> > > 22273: CPU 1 (Temperature): 0.00 C (NA/78.00): [OK]
> > > 22274: CPU 2 (Temperature): 0.00 C (NA/78.00): [OK]
> > > 22275: SYSTEM (Temperature): 0.00 C (NA/83.00): [OK]
> > > 22276: 3.3V (Voltage): 0.00 V (0.00/0.00): [OK]
> > > 22278: 5V (Voltage): 0.00 V (0.00/0.00): [OK]
> > > 22279: 12V (Voltage): 0.00 V (0.00/0.00): [OK]
> > > 22280: -12V (Voltage): 105.00 V (0.00/0.00): [OK]
> > > 22281: Fan1 (Fan): 11.00 RPM (0.00/NA): [OK]
> > > 22282: Fan2 (Fan): 83.00 RPM (0.00/NA): [OK]
> > > 22283: Fan3 (Fan): 0.00 RPM (0.00/NA): [OK]
> > > 22284: Fan4 (Fan): 26.00 RPM (0.00/NA): [OK]
> > > 22285: Fan5 (Fan): 26.00 RPM (0.00/NA): [OK]
> > > 22286: Fan6 (Fan): 0.00 RPM (0.00/NA): [OK]
> > > 22287: Fan7 (Fan): 0.00 RPM (0.00/NA): [OK]
> > > 22288: Fan8 (Fan): 0.00 RPM (0.00/NA): [OK]
> > > 22289: Intrusion (Platform Chassis Intrusion): [General Chassis
> > > Intrusion] 22290: Power Supply (Power Supply): [Power Supply Failure
> > > detected] [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~]#
> > >
> > >> Hi Sharad, Can you please post the full output without -g option?
> > >
> > > Sharad Chandra
> 
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