Hey Won,

The reason for what you're seeing is described in the ipmimonitoring
manpage.

---
Interpretation rules have not been written for all sensors permutations
and types. Users may notice some sensors output in ipmi-sensors(8) do
not output in ipmimonitoring. If sensor interpretation rules are needed,
please contact the FreeIPMI maintainers.  
---

Looking at your sensors output below, there are three OEM sensors that I
can't interpret b/c I don't know the interpretation rules for them.  The
Power Unit Device Install and Fan transition interpretations were
recently added in 0.7.3.  So if you update to atleast 0.7.3, those
readings should show up in ipmimonitoring.

As for why Temperature Sensors aren't showing up, this corner case for
HP machines also appears to have been fixed in 0.7.3.

Al

> --- On Fri, 4/3/09, Won De Erick <won.der...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > 
> > On HPDL 380G5 running FreeBSD 7.1, I tried installing
> > FreeIPMI from ports. The currently ported version is,
> > 
> > hpdl380-fbsd71r# bmc-info -V
> > bmc-info - 0.7.1
> > Copyright (C) 2003-2008 FreeIPMI Core Team
> > ...
> > 
> > I noticed that some sensors displayed through
> > 'ipmi-sensors' do not appear in 'ipmimonitoring'.
> > 
> > 
> > hpdl380-fbsd71r# ipmi-sensors
> > 1: UID Light (OEM Reserved): [OEM State = 0000h]
> > 2: Int. Health LED (OEM Reserved): [OEM State = 0000h]
> > 3: Ext.. Health LED (OEM Reserved): [OEM State = 0000h]
> > 4: Power Supply 1 (Power Supply): [Presence detected]
> > 5: Power Supply 2 (Power Supply): [NA]
> > 6: Power Supplies (Power Supply): [Non-redundant:Sufficient
> > Resources from Redundant]
> > 8: VRM 1 (Power Unit): [Device Inserted/Device Present]
> > 9: VRM 2 (Power Unit): [Device Inserted/Device Present]
> > 10: Fan 1 (Fan): [transition to Running]
> > 11: Fan 2 (Fan): [transition to Running]
> > 12: Fan 3 (Fan): [transition to Running]
> > 13: Fan 4 (Fan): [transition to Running]
> > 14: Fan 5 (Fan): [transition to Running]
> > 15: Fan 6 (Fan): [transition to Running]
> > 16: Fans (Fan): [Fully Redundant]
> > 
> > 
> > hpdl380-fbsd71r# ipmimonitoring
> > Record_ID | Sensor Name | Sensor Group | Monitoring Status|
> > Sensor Units | Sensor Reading
> > 4 | Power Supply 1 | Power Supply | Nominal | N/A |
> > 'Presence detected'
> > 6 | Power Supplies | Power Supply | Critical | N/A |
> > 'Non-redundant:Sufficient Resources from Redundant'
> > 16 | Fans | Fan | Nominal | N/A | 'Fully Redundant'
> > 18 | Temp 1 | Temperature | Nominal | C | 36.000000
> > 19 | Temp 2 | Temperature | Nominal | C | 17.000000
> > 20 | Temp 3 | Temperature | Nominal | C | 30.000000
> > 21 | Temp 4 | Temperature | Nominal | C | 30.000000
> > 22 | Temp 5 | Temperature | Nominal | C | 46.000000
> > 23 | Temp 6 | Temperature | Nominal | C | 30.000000
> > 24 | Temp 7 | Temperature | Nominal | C | 30.000000
> > 
> > 
> > Some fans are not appearing in the 'ipmimonitoring'
> > output.
> > See attached debug output.
> > 
> > Thanks,
> > 
> > Won
> > 
> > 
> >       
> 
> 
>       
-- 
Albert Chu
ch...@llnl.gov
Computer Scientist
High Performance Systems Division
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory



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