Hey David,

On Tue, 2008-08-26 at 17:36 -0700, David Sparks wrote:
> Al Chu wrote:
> > Hey David,
> > 
> > Hmmm.  What you're showing me is indicative of timeouts.  As if the
> > inband communication is too busy to respond or just isn't responding.
> > Did you load the openipmi kernel driver?  Or are you using the freeipmi
> > KCS driver?
> 
> If I understand how I'm doing things I'm using the in-kernel driver (via 
> /dev/ipmi0).  

I don't know if the freeipmi-KCS driver works.  You may want to give it
a shot.  Just force it by specify --driver-type=KCS on the command line.
Otherwise, I'm sort of stumped.  If the IPMI packets don't come back
from /dev/ipmi0, I'm not sure what else can be done.  I could maybe add
a retry-mechanism into the in-band communication code.  Never thought
I'd have to support retransmissions on in-band communication :P

> I tried the 0.5.6 LAN driver without success but now that I've 
> upgraded to 0.6.5 the LAN driver works!

That's good.

Al

> 
> # ipmimonitoring -h d-scanner1 -u root -p XXX
> 1 | Temp | Temperature | Nominal | C | 50.000000
> 2 | Temp | Temperature | Nominal | C | 48.000000
> 3 | Ambient Temp | Temperature | Nominal | C | 17.000000
> 4 | Planar Temp | Temperature | Nominal | C | 37.000000
> 5 | Riser Temp | Temperature | Nominal | C | 40.000000
> 6 | Temp | Temperature | Nominal | C | 40.000000
> 7 | Temp | Temperature | Nominal | C | 40.000000
> 8 | CMOS Battery | Voltage | Nominal | V | 3.134700
> 19 | Presence  | Entity Presence | Nominal | N/A | 'Entity Present'
> 20 | Presence  | Entity Presence | Nominal | N/A | 'Entity Present'
> 21 | Presence  | Entity Presence | Nominal | N/A | 'Entity Present'
> 22 | Presence  | Entity Presence | Nominal | N/A | 'Entity Present'
> 23 | ROMB Presence | Entity Presence | Nominal | N/A | 'Entity Present'
> 24 | FAN 1A RPM | Fan | Nominal | RPM | 7350.000000
> 25 | FAN 1B RPM | Fan | Nominal | RPM | 5700.000000
> 26 | FAN 2A RPM | Fan | Nominal | RPM | 7800.000000
> 27 | FAN 2B RPM | Fan | Nominal | RPM | 5175.000000
> 28 | FAN 3A RPM | Fan | Nominal | RPM | 7575.000000
> 29 | FAN 3B RPM | Fan | Nominal | RPM | 5250.000000
> 30 | FAN 4A RPM | Fan | Nominal | RPM | 7875.000000
> 31 | FAN 4B RPM | Fan | Nominal | RPM | 5400.000000
> 32 | Status  | Group Processor | Nominal | N/A | 'Processor Presence detected'
> 33 | Status  | Group Processor | Nominal | N/A | 'Processor Presence detected'
> 34 | Status  | Power Supply | Nominal | N/A | 'Presence detected'
> 35 | Status  | Power Supply | Nominal | N/A | 'Presence detected'
> 36 | VRM  | Power Supply | Nominal | N/A | 'Presence detected'
> 37 | VRM  | Power Supply | Nominal | N/A | 'Presence detected'
> 38 | OS Watchdog | Watchdog2 | Nominal | N/A | ''
> 40 | Intrusion | Physical Security | Nominal | N/A | ''
> 56 | Drive | Slot Connector | Warning | N/A | 'Slot/Connector Device Removal 
> Request'
> 57 | ECC Corr Err | Memory | Critical | N/A | 'Presence detected'
> 58 | ECC Uncorr Err | Memory | Critical | N/A | 'Presence detected'
> 59 | I/O Channel Chk | Critical Interrupt | Critical | N/A | 'EISA Fail Safe 
> Timeout'
> 60 | PCI Parity Err | Critical Interrupt | Critical | N/A | 'EISA Fail Safe 
> Timeout'
> 61 | PCI System Err | Critical Interrupt | Critical | N/A | 'EISA Fail Safe 
> Timeout'
> 62 | SBE Log Disabled | Event Logging Disabled | Nominal | N/A | ''
> 63 | Logging Disabled | Event Logging Disabled | Nominal | N/A | ''
> 72 | Memory Added | Memory | Warning | N/A | 'Correctable ECC/other 
> correctable memory error'
> 73 | Memory Removed | Memory | Warning | N/A | 'Correctable ECC/other 
> correctable memory error'
> 74 | PCIE Fatal Err | Critical Interrupt | Critical | N/A | 'Front Panel 
> NMI/Diagnostic Interrupt'
> 75 | Chipset Err | Critical Interrupt | Critical | N/A | 'Front Panel 
> NMI/Diagnostic Interrupt'
> 
> 
> 
-- 
Albert Chu
[EMAIL PROTECTED]
925-422-5311
Computer Scientist
High Performance Systems Division
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory



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