Hey David,

On another note.  There are a lot of "Unknown" sensors listed below.
Typically "Unknown" is shown b/c there are sensor reading errors on the
remote motherboard.  But the below is just way too many to look
reasonable.  Could you also send the --debug output of ipmi-sensors to
me?

Al

On Tue, 2008-08-26 at 11:43 -0700, Al Chu wrote:
> Hey David,
> 
> > scanner2 ~ #  ipmimonitoring
> > ipmi_monitoring_sensor_readings_by_record_id: internal IPMI error
> 
> This is odd.  Could you run ipmimonitoring with --debug and let me know
> the output?  I suppose I could have some weird corner case bug in
> ipmimonitoring that doesn't exist in ipmi-sensors.
> 
> Al
> 
> On Tue, 2008-08-26 at 11:31 -0700, David Sparks wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > 
> > Servers: Dell 1850, 1950.
> > 
> > I'm trying to get ipmimonitoring running and have hit a snag.  The manpage 
> > suggests that ipmimonitoring provides different but similar output to 
> > ipmi-sensors.  However ipmi-sensors works and ipmimonitoring doesn't.
> > 
> > I also noticed I always get an error running ipmiutil getevt or bmchealth.  
> > I 
> > don't see any Dell specific workarounds on the manpage (or the error 
> > either) 
> > I'm using this for reference:
> > 
> > http:// www. gnu.org/software/freeipmi/manpages/man8/ipmimonitoring.8.html
> > 
> > What else should I check?
> > 
> > Thanks!
> > 
> > 
> > scanner2 ~ #  ipmimonitoring
> > ipmi_monitoring_sensor_readings_by_record_id: internal IPMI error
> > 
> > scanner2 ~ # ipmiutil getevt
> > ipmiutil ver 2.11
> > getevent ver 2.11
> > -- BMC version 1.7, IPMI version 1.5
> > event receiver sa = 20 lun = 00
> > bmc enables = 08
> > Event Message Buffers not enabled.
> > set_bmc_enables error 0xcc
> > getevent: Invalid data field in request
> > 
> > scanner2 ~ # bmchealth
> > ipmiutil ver 2.11
> > bmchealth ver 2.11
> > BMC version 1.7, IPMI version 1.5
> > BMC manufacturer = 0002a2 (Dell), product = 0000
> > Chassis Status   = 01   (on, restore_policy=stay_off)
> > Power State      = 00   (S0: working)
> > Selftest status  = 0055 (OK)
> > get_chan_auth error: ret = cc
> > bmchealth: Invalid data field in request
> > 
> > scanner2 ~ #  ipmi-sensors
> > 1: Temp (Temperature): 50.00 C (NA/90.00): [OK]
> > 2: Temp (Temperature): 47.00 C (NA/90.00): [OK]
> > 3: Ambient Temp (Temperature): 16.00 C (5.00/47.00): [OK]
> > 4: Planar Temp (Temperature): 37.00 C (5.00/72.00): [OK]
> > 5: Riser Temp (Temperature): 40.00 C (5.00/67.00): [OK]
> > 6: Temp (Temperature): 40.00 C (NA/NA): [OK]
> > 7: Temp (Temperature): 40.00 C (NA/NA): [OK]
> > 8: CMOS Battery (Voltage): 3.15 V (2.64/NA): [OK]
> > 9: ROMB Battery (Voltage): [State Deasserted]
> > 10: VCORE (Voltage): [State Deasserted]
> > 11: VCORE (Voltage): [State Deasserted]
> > 12: PROC VTT (Voltage): [Unknown]
> > 13: 1.5V PG (Voltage): [Unknown]
> > 14: 1.8V PG (Voltage): [Unknown]
> > 15: 3.3V PG (Voltage): [Unknown]
> > 16: 5V PG (Voltage): [Unknown]
> > 17: 5V Riser PG (Voltage): [Unknown]
> > 18: Riser PG (Voltage): [Unknown]
> > 19: Presence (Entity Presence): [Entity Present]
> > 20: Presence (Entity Presence): [Entity Present]
> > 21: Presence (Entity Presence): [Entity Present]
> > 22: Presence (Entity Presence): [Entity Present]
> > 23: ROMB Presence (Entity Presence): [Entity Present]
> > 24: FAN 1A RPM (Fan): 7425.00 RPM (2175.00/NA): [OK]
> > 25: FAN 1B RPM (Fan): 5700.00 RPM (2175.00/NA): [OK]
> > 26: FAN 2A RPM (Fan): 7725.00 RPM (2175.00/NA): [OK]
> > 27: FAN 2B RPM (Fan): 5175.00 RPM (2175.00/NA): [OK]
> > 28: FAN 3A RPM (Fan): 7725.00 RPM (2175.00/NA): [OK]
> > 29: FAN 3B RPM (Fan): 5325.00 RPM (2175.00/NA): [OK]
> > 30: FAN 4A RPM (Fan): 8025.00 RPM (2175.00/NA): [OK]
> > 31: FAN 4B RPM (Fan): 5475.00 RPM (2175.00/NA): [OK]
> > 32: Status (Processor): [Processor Presence detected]
> > 33: Status (Processor): [Processor Presence detected]
> > 34: Status (Power Supply): [Presence detected]
> > 35: Status (Power Supply): [Presence detected]
> > 36: VRM (Power Supply): [Presence detected]
> > 37: VRM (Power Supply): [Presence detected]
> > 38: OS Watchdog (Watchdog 2): [OK]
> > 39: SEL (Event Logging Disabled): [Unknown]
> > 40: Intrusion (Platform Chassis Intrusion): [OK]
> > 41: PS Redundancy (Power Supply): [Unknown]
> > 42: Fan Redundancy (Fan): [Unknown]
> > 55: SCSI Connector  (Cable Interconnect): [Unknown]
> > 56: Drive (Slot Connector): [Unknown]
> > 57: ECC Corr Err (Memory): [Unknown]
> > 58: ECC Uncorr Err (Memory): [Unknown]
> > 59: I/O Channel Chk (Critical Interrupt): [Unknown]
> > 60: PCI Parity Err (Critical Interrupt): [Unknown]
> > 61: PCI System Err (Critical Interrupt): [Unknown]
> > 62: SBE Log Disable (Event Logging Disabled): [Unknown]
> > 63: Logging Disable (Event Logging Disabled): [Unknown]
> > 64: Unknown (System Event): [Unknown]
> > 65: CPU Protocol Er (Processor): [Unknown]
> > 66: CPU Bus PERR (Processor): [Unknown]
> > 67: CPU Init Err (Processor): [Unknown]
> > 68: CPU Machine Chk (Processor): [Unknown]
> > 69: Memory Spared (Memory): [Unknown]
> > 70: Memory Mirrored (Memory): [Unknown]
> > 71: Memory RAID (Memory): [Unknown]
> > 72: Memory Added (Memory): [Unknown]
> > 73: Memory Removed (Memory): [Unknown]
> > 74: PCIE Fatal Err (Critical Interrupt): [Unknown]
> > 75: Chipset Err (Critical Interrupt): [Unknown]
> > 76: Err Reg Pointer (OEM Reserved): [Unknown]
> > 
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