[hobbit] Hobbit compatible temperature monitor
bewhite at fellowes.com
Wed Jun 25 23:52:49 CEST 2008
We have a NetBotz appliance from APC which supports temperature probes. I
use snmpwalk to query the MIB and produce a hobbit test which looks like:
NetBotz Overall Status: normal(0)
NetBotz Enclosure Status: normal(0)
Module Pod Status: normal(0)
Location 1 Temp at: DC Temp. DCH2
Location 1 Temp Status: normal(0)
Location 1 Temperature : 76F
Location 2 Temp at: Temp. East
Location 2 Temp Status: normal(0)
Location 2 Temperature : 70F
Location 3 Temp at: Temp. West
Location 3 Temp Status: normal(0)
Location 3 Temperature : 77F
Humidity Status: normal(0)
I have never been able to get custom graphs working, so I am not graphing
the output. But getting custom graphs is not high on my priority list.
From: Tim McCloskey [mailto:morphine at zwizard.com]
Sent: Wednesday, June 25, 2008 11:50 AM
To: hobbit at hswn.dk
Subject: Re: [hobbit] Hobbit compatible temperature monitor
If your platform supports it you can use ipmitool for various internals.
Actual server room temp would need some external device such as the ones
others have mentioned.
On a Sun X4150 box one of the sensors is Ambient Temp0.
temp="`/usr/sfw/bin/ipmitool sensor reading 'Ambient Temp0' | awk
Other hardware has different sensor names, some just have (temp) sensors
for CPU die temps.
Buchan Milne wrote:
> On Wednesday 25 June 2008 17:28:01 Eric Boyd wrote:
>> I am looking to add temperature graphs to hobbit.
>> What should I use to monitor and graph the temperature of our server
>> None of our servers report any temperature readings in the client data.
> What servers are these? Any recent HP or Dell servers, if you have their
> respective agents (HPASM or OMSA) installed, should allow you to monitor
> their temperatures via snmp, e.g. with Devmon + Hobbit you should be able
> get graphs for each temperature probe.
>> We have some APC battery backups that have environmental monitors built
> Can you get the temperature data via SNMP? The existing templates for APC
> devices in devmon don't have any 'temp' test, but if the data is there
> can be fixed.
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