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In my job we are using a SunFire 6800. When I issue the command: # > /usr/platform/sun4u/sbin/prtdiag -v I get this output:   IŽd like to know where is installed this 8 sensors in this machine. Which operational temperature is indicated to this machine works well? What is CLK in the above output ? Thanks in advance......

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    Default Sun Fire 6800 temperature sensors

    In my job we are using a SunFire 6800. When I issue the command:

    # > /usr/platform/sun4u/sbin/prtdiag -v

    I get this output:
     


    IŽd like to know where is installed this 8 sensors in this machine.
    Which operational temperature is indicated to this machine works well?
    What is CLK in the above output ?

    Thanks in advance...
    Shiva Guest

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    Default Re: Sun Fire 6800 temperature sensors

    com.br (Shiva MahaDeva) wrote in message news:<google.com>... 
    >
    >
    > IŽd like to know where is installed this 8 sensors in this machine.
    > Which operational temperature is indicated to this machine works well?
    > What is CLK in the above output ?
    >
    > Thanks in advance...[/ref]

    Each temprature sensor is on each cpu or io board you have installed
    in your 6800. CLK is the clock board.
    jkeating Guest

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    Default Re: Sun Fire 6800 temperature sensors

    Shiva MahaDeva <com.br> wrote: [/ref]
    [...]

    This output is from an E4000->E6500, not from an F6800.
     

    Each Enterprise machine has a single temperature on each system board.
    The SunFire 3800+ machines have multiple temperature sensors on each,
    including some on the CPUs themselves.
     

    Anything below 50 is fine for short periods, although I'd expect it to
    normally sit below 40 in a good environment. ie, what you've got above
    is fine.
     

    The clock board.

    Scott
    Scott Guest

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