Dynamix - System Temp


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Does this plugin currently have a way to offset/correct a temp value?

 

I know my temp is off by 30 degrees. So I just have to remember to subtract that the value shown but if its possible to have an offset that would be great. Unless I'm just one of very few that is unlucky enough to have sensors that don't report correctly.

 

I've never tried this, so can't guarantee anything.  Manually edit your sensors.conf (/boot/config/plugins/dynamix.system.temp/sensors.conf), and add the line "compute temp9 (@-30),(@+30)" just below the line with the faulty temp.  Replace temp9 with your raw temp name.  I don't know, but you may need to reboot.

 

For example,

# sensors
chip "acpitz-virtual-0"
label "temp1" "CPU Temp"
compute temp1 (@-30),(@+30)
chip "k8temp-pci-00c3"
label "temp1" "MB Temp"

 

For more info, see the following links -

http://linux.die.net/man/5/sensors.conf

https://www.opennet.ru/man.shtml?topic=sensors.conf&category=5

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So need some help with sensor reading for Supermicro X9DRL-7F motherboard.  I have plugin installed.  It detects coretemp nbt7904. I Save it then load drivers.  After doing this all the dropdowns say

Did you assign the sensors?   Normally CPU and motherboard temperature are shown in the footer at the bottom right.  

Any chance of multiple fan support?  We have the "array fan" option, but I have multiple fans that could be associated with the array, and it'd be nice to be able to monitor them all from the notifica

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I have a SuperMicro C2SEE motherboard and have followed all the steps in the wiki, but when I go to Settings > TempSettings and tap the Detect button, nothing happens. The page reloads, but there is no visible change.

 

When logged in via SSH, running the `sensors` command accurately shows the MB and CPU temps as `temp1` and `temp2`, respectively. So as far as I can tell, everything seems to be in order.

 

Anyone have any suggestions for how I might troubleshoot this?

You are positive that Perl is installed?

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You are positive that Perl is installed?

 

Well, it was installed when I ran sensors-detect, but it seems Perl is no longer present after rebooting. I just ran `installpkg /boot/packages/perl-5.18.1-x86_64-1.txz` again, uninstalled and re-installed the plugin, and now the aforementioned Detect button behaves as expected.

 

Other than putting the Perl archive at /boot/packages/perl-5.18.1-x86_64-1.txz, is there something else that I need to do to ensure Perl is always available after reboots?

 

Side note: I wonder if this has something to do with the order of steps, specifically when the plugin is installed. Unless I'm missing something, there's no mention in these docs at which point the plugin should be installed: https://lime-technology.com/wiki/index.php/Setting_up_CPU_and_board_temperature_sensing

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You are positive that Perl is installed?

 

Well, it was installed when I ran sensors-detect, but it seems Perl is no longer present after rebooting. I just ran `installpkg /boot/packages/perl-5.18.1-x86_64-1.txz` again, uninstalled and re-installed the plugin, and now the aforementioned Detect button behaves as expected.

 

Other than putting the Perl archive at /boot/packages/perl-5.18.1-x86_64-1.txz, is there something else that I need to do to ensure Perl is always available after reboots?

 

Side note: I wonder if this has something to do with the order of steps, specifically when the plugin is installed. Unless I'm missing something, there's no mention in these docs at which point the plugin should be installed: https://lime-technology.com/wiki/index.php/Setting_up_CPU_and_board_temperature_sensing

Perl is one of the packages you can install from the NerdPack plugin.
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You are positive that Perl is installed?

 

Well, it was installed when I ran sensors-detect, but it seems Perl is no longer present after rebooting. I just ran `installpkg /boot/packages/perl-5.18.1-x86_64-1.txz` again, uninstalled and re-installed the plugin, and now the aforementioned Detect button behaves as expected.

 

Other than putting the Perl archive at /boot/packages/perl-5.18.1-x86_64-1.txz, is there something else that I need to do to ensure Perl is always available after reboots?

Perl is only needed temporarily when you want to run sensors-detect or use the Detect button, not needed after that, so there's no reason to keep it installed.  Besides it's big, wastes memory.

 

Side note: I wonder if this has something to do with the order of steps, specifically when the plugin is installed. Unless I'm missing something, there's no mention in these docs at which point the plugin should be installed: https://lime-technology.com/wiki/index.php/Setting_up_CPU_and_board_temperature_sensing

Yeah, that wiki page probably needs some updating ...

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Hey, I'm about to install System temp. And have red the wiki and forum posts. I'm wondering where i can find the latest version of PERL which is correct for unRAID. I found a link in a forum posts for v.5.18.1 but I guess this is outdated now.

 

Any help would be nice :)

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Hey, I'm about to install System temp. And have red the wiki and forum posts. I'm wondering where i can find the latest version of PERL which is correct for unRAID. I found a link in a forum posts for v.5.18.1 but I guess this is outdated now.

 

Any help would be nice :)

unRaid NerdPack plugin
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Ok thanks! so I can't choose only to install PERL I get the entire packed so to speak?

No.  You first install the plugin, and then go to Settings->Nerd Pack and select which of the available options you want to install.
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Thanks, got it up and running now. I did detect -- load drivers -- and save. Now its displaying my cpu and MB temp! :)

 

Kinda found the right sensors from the description and checked the BIOS for confirmation hehe

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Does this plugin currently have a way to offset/correct a temp value?

 

I know my temp is off by 30 degrees. So I just have to remember to subtract that the value shown but if its possible to have an offset that would be great. Unless I'm just one of very few that is unlucky enough to have sensors that don't report correctly.

 

I've never tried this, so can't guarantee anything.  Manually edit your sensors.conf (/boot/config/plugins/dynamix.system.temp/sensors.conf), and add the line "compute temp9 (@-30),(@+30)" just below the line with the faulty temp.  Replace temp9 with your raw temp name.  I don't know, but you may need to reboot.

 

For example,

# sensors
chip "acpitz-virtual-0"
label "temp1" "CPU Temp"
compute temp1 (@-30),(@+30)
chip "k8temp-pci-00c3"
label "temp1" "MB Temp"

 

For more info, see the following links -

http://linux.die.net/man/5/sensors.conf

https://www.opennet.ru/man.shtml?topic=sensors.conf&category=5

 

Finally got a chance to try this out. Works perfectly! Thanks Rob!  ;D

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Does this plugin currently have a way to offset/correct a temp value?

 

I know my temp is off by 30 degrees. So I just have to remember to subtract that the value shown but if its possible to have an offset that would be great. Unless I'm just one of very few that is unlucky enough to have sensors that don't report correctly.

 

I've never tried this, so can't guarantee anything.  Manually edit your sensors.conf (/boot/config/plugins/dynamix.system.temp/sensors.conf), and add the line "compute temp9 (@-30),(@+30)" just below the line with the faulty temp.  Replace temp9 with your raw temp name.  I don't know, but you may need to reboot.

 

For example,

# sensors
chip "acpitz-virtual-0"
label "temp1" "CPU Temp"
compute temp1 (@-30),(@+30)
chip "k8temp-pci-00c3"
label "temp1" "MB Temp"

 

For more info, see the following links -

http://linux.die.net/man/5/sensors.conf

https://www.opennet.ru/man.shtml?topic=sensors.conf&category=5

 

Finally got a chance to try this out. Works perfectly! Thanks Rob!  ;D

Excellent!  You are precedent setting here.  I'm sure others can use this too.

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would love to get this working but when I run Sensors nothing shows up.  I can see my CPU temp thru IPMI but that it.

Might need a later version of sensors-detect...  See 2 posts up

 

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thanks but just way to confusing for me to figure out.

right click on the link and save as to your flash drive

 

then ssh in and

chmod +x whatever_the_file_name_was[code]


[url=http://lime-technology.com/wiki/index.php/Setting_up_lm_sensors_to_display_CPU/motherboard_temperatures_in_add-ons_such_as_SimpleFeatures]http://lime-technology.com/wiki/index.php/Setting_up_lm_sensors_to_display_CPU/motherboard_temperatures_in_add-ons_such_as_SimpleFeatures[/url]

Need to also install NerdPack GUI and Perl from it.

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Thank you, got it running.  It only found the CPU Temp but that really all I care about.  Would be nice to have others but don't need them.  Is there anyway to get it to show up under "Dynamix System Statistics" plugin?  Would be great to have everything in one spot

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I am only getting this then I type sensors from a ssh session?

Can anyone help me?

 

What I have done:

1. Install System Temp

2. Install Nerd Pack and Pearl

3. SSH into my unraid server and run sensors

 

root@Tower:~# sensors
acpitz-virtual-0
Adapter: Virtual device
temp1:        +27.8°C  (crit = +106.0°C)
temp2:        +29.8°C  (crit = +106.0°C)

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Is there a way to add in a plugin to the GUI that shows temps of everything

My main concern is my video  card , and SAS card temp, they were hot to the touch, and recently I have added a fan to them to keep them cool, but it would be great to know that actual temps

 

Thanks :)

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Can't seem to get this to work. In the plugin under drivers all I'm getting is the 'click detect', but it doesn't seem to do anything.

I went through the sensor-detect script in order to get sensors working, and it seems to be outputting temps correctly...

 

Any ideas?

 

root@Tower:~# sensors -u
acpitz-virtual-0
Adapter: Virtual device
temp1:
  temp1_input: 27.800
  temp1_crit: 105.000
temp2:
  temp2_input: 29.800
  temp2_crit: 105.000

coretemp-isa-0000
Adapter: ISA adapter
Physical id 0:
  temp1_input: 46.000
  temp1_max: 80.000
  temp1_crit: 100.000
  temp1_crit_alarm: 0.000
Core 0:
  temp2_input: 46.000
  temp2_max: 80.000
  temp2_crit: 100.000
  temp2_crit_alarm: 0.000
Core 1:
  temp3_input: 42.000
  temp3_max: 80.000
  temp3_crit: 100.000
  temp3_crit_alarm: 0.000
Core 2:
  temp4_input: 44.000
  temp4_max: 80.000
  temp4_crit: 100.000
  temp4_crit_alarm: 0.000
Core 3:
  temp5_input: 45.000
  temp5_max: 80.000
  temp5_crit: 100.000
  temp5_crit_alarm: 0.000

nct6791-isa-0290
Adapter: ISA adapter
in0:
  in0_input: 0.904
  in0_min: 0.000
  in0_max: 1.744
  in0_alarm: 0.000
  in0_beep: 0.000
in1:
  in1_input: 1.016
  in1_min: 0.000
  in1_max: 0.000
  in1_alarm: 1.000
  in1_beep: 0.000
in2:
  in2_input: 3.344
  in2_min: 0.000
  in2_max: 0.000
  in2_alarm: 1.000
  in2_beep: 0.000
in3:
  in3_input: 3.328
  in3_min: 0.000
  in3_max: 0.000
  in3_alarm: 1.000
  in3_beep: 0.000
in4:
  in4_input: 1.016
  in4_min: 0.000
  in4_max: 0.000
  in4_alarm: 1.000
  in4_beep: 0.000
in5:
  in5_input: 1.992
  in5_min: 0.000
  in5_max: 0.000
  in5_alarm: 1.000
  in5_beep: 0.000
in6:
  in6_input: 0.112
  in6_min: 0.000
  in6_max: 0.000
  in6_alarm: 1.000
  in6_beep: 0.000
in7:
  in7_input: 3.472
  in7_min: 0.000
  in7_max: 0.000
  in7_alarm: 1.000
  in7_beep: 0.000
in8:
  in8_input: 3.392
  in8_min: 0.000
  in8_max: 0.000
  in8_alarm: 1.000
  in8_beep: 0.000
in9:
  in9_input: 1.120
  in9_min: 0.000
  in9_max: 0.000
  in9_alarm: 1.000
  in9_beep: 0.000
in10:
  in10_input: 0.000
  in10_min: 0.000
  in10_max: 0.000
  in10_alarm: 0.000
  in10_beep: 0.000
in11:
  in11_input: 0.848
  in11_min: 0.000
  in11_max: 0.000
  in11_alarm: 1.000
  in11_beep: 0.000
in12:
  in12_input: 0.000
  in12_min: 0.000
  in12_max: 0.000
  in12_alarm: 0.000
  in12_beep: 0.000
in13:
  in13_input: 0.064
  in13_min: 0.000
  in13_max: 0.000
  in13_alarm: 1.000
  in13_beep: 0.000
in14:
  in14_input: 0.016
  in14_min: 0.000
  in14_max: 0.000
  in14_alarm: 1.000
  in14_beep: 0.000
fan1:
  fan1_input: 2890.000
  fan1_min: 0.000
  fan1_alarm: 0.000
  fan1_beep: 0.000
  fan1_pulses: 2.000
fan2:
  fan2_input: 1030.000
  fan2_min: 0.000
  fan2_alarm: 0.000
  fan2_beep: 0.000
  fan2_pulses: 2.000
fan3:
  fan3_input: 0.000
  fan3_min: 0.000
  fan3_alarm: 0.000
  fan3_beep: 0.000
  fan3_pulses: 2.000
fan4:
  fan4_input: 0.000
  fan4_min: 0.000
  fan4_alarm: 0.000
  fan4_beep: 0.000
  fan4_pulses: 2.000
fan5:
  fan5_input: 0.000
  fan5_min: 0.000
  fan5_alarm: 0.000
  fan5_beep: 0.000
  fan5_pulses: 2.000
fan6:
  fan6_input: 0.000
  fan6_alarm: 0.000
  fan6_pulses: 2.000
SYSTIN:
  temp1_input: 31.000
  temp1_max: 0.000
  temp1_max_hyst: 0.000
  temp1_alarm: 1.000
  temp1_type: 4.000
  temp1_offset: 0.000
  temp1_beep: 0.000
CPUTIN:
  temp2_input: 40.000
  temp2_max: 80.000
  temp2_max_hyst: 75.000
  temp2_alarm: 0.000
  temp2_type: 4.000
  temp2_offset: 0.000
  temp2_beep: 0.000
AUXTIN0:
  temp3_input: -128.000
  temp3_type: 4.000
  temp3_offset: 0.000
AUXTIN1:
  temp4_input: -128.000
  temp4_type: 4.000
  temp4_offset: 0.000
AUXTIN2:
  temp5_input: 34.000
  temp5_type: 4.000
  temp5_offset: 0.000
AUXTIN3:
  temp6_input: 127.000
  temp6_type: 4.000
  temp6_offset: 0.000
PECI Agent 0:
  temp7_input: 40.500
PCH_CHIP_CPU_MAX_TEMP:
  temp8_input: 0.000
PCH_CHIP_TEMP:
  temp9_input: 0.000
PCH_CPU_TEMP:
  temp10_input: 0.000
intrusion0:
  intrusion0_alarm: 1.000
  intrusion0_beep: 0.000
intrusion1:
  intrusion1_alarm: 1.000
  intrusion1_beep: 0.000
beep_enable:
  beep_enable: 0.000

 

I've got this for my sensors.conf

 

# Sensor Configuration

chip "nct6791-isa-0290"

label temp1 "MB Temp"
label temp2 "CPU Temp"

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Can't seem to get this to work. In the plugin under drivers all I'm getting is the 'click detect', but it doesn't seem to do anything.

I went through the sensor-detect script in order to get sensors working, and it seems to be outputting temps correctly...

 

You didn't actually say what's not working.  ;)

 

It all looks fine, from what I can see.  What temps are you seeing on the Main page?

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