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    hunterman439 NNTP User

    Default output of sensors command

    I can figure out what most of the output from sensors means, but can anyone tell me what the core 0 and core 1 nonsense is? It doesn't make sense that the temperatures are so low, and they don't go up much.

    Here is the output from sensors:

    hunterman439@linux-s99c:~> sensors
    k8temp-pci-00c3
    Adapter: PCI adapter
    Core0 Temp: +1.0C
    Core0 Temp: -1.0C
    Core1 Temp: +8.0C
    Core1 Temp: +5.0C

    f71882fg-isa-0a00
    Adapter: ISA adapter
    3.3V: +3.38 V
    Vcore: +1.09 V (max = +2.04 V)
    Vdimm: +2.02 V
    Vchip: +1.95 V
    +5V: +5.12 V
    12V: +14.47 V
    5VSB: +4.91 V
    3VSB: +3.38 V
    Battery: +3.06 V
    CPU: 3836 RPM
    System: 2283 RPM
    Power: 0 RPM ALARM
    Aux: 0 RPM ALARM
    CPU: +28.0C (high = +100.0C, hyst = +96.0C)
    (crit = +100.0C, hyst = +96.0C) sensor = transistor
    System: +27.0C (high = +85.0C, hyst = +81.0C)
    (crit = +100.0C, hyst = +96.0C) sensor = transistor


    Thanks for your help

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    Default Re: output of sensors command

    If you have a dual cpu system, sensors is showing you the temperature of each individual processor core.

    CPU 0 is the first. CPU 1 is the second, and you would have 2&3 for a quad-core machine. Sensors may be showing 2 readings for each because its not getting set up properly, or you need to edit its config file to fit your hardware.
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    Default Re: output of sensors command

    Quote Originally Posted by walla299 View Post
    If you have a dual cpu system, sensors is showing you the temperature of each individual processor core.

    CPU 0 is the first. CPU 1 is the second, and you would have 2&3 for a quad-core machine. Sensors may be showing 2 readings for each because its not getting set up properly, or you need to edit its config file to fit your hardware.
    What he is wondering is, the temperature is in the frigid zone.
    There was one thread with the same output/problem in the old opensuseforums.net. I just don't know if it can be easily located using the search. Not sure though if the thread was solve.
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    hunterman439 NNTP User

    Default Re: output of sensors command

    Quote Originally Posted by conram View Post
    What he is wondering is, the temperature is in the frigid zone.
    There was one thread with the same output/problem in the old opensuseforums.net. I just don't know if it can be easily located using the search. Not sure though if the thread was solve.
    Thanks for the replys, sorry I couldn't get back sooner.

    It doesn't make sense that the temp is so low. But if I use sensors -f, it seems I may be getting the core temperatures in Celsius.

    AthlonX2:~ # sensors -f
    k8temp-pci-00c3
    Adapter: PCI adapter
    Core0 Temp: +33.8F
    Core0 Temp: +32.0F
    Core1 Temp: +46.4F
    Core1 Temp: +39.2F

    f71882fg-isa-0a00
    Adapter: ISA adapter
    3.3V: +3.38 V
    Vcore: +1.10 V (max = +2.04 V)
    Vdimm: +2.02 V
    Vchip: +1.95 V
    +5V: +5.12 V
    12V: +14.37 V
    5VSB: +4.87 V
    3VSB: +3.38 V
    Battery: +3.06 V
    CPU: 3875 RPM
    System: 2304 RPM
    Power: 0 RPM ALARM
    Aux: 0 RPM ALARM
    CPU: +78.8F (high = +212.0F, hyst = +204.8F)
    (crit = +212.0F, hyst = +204.8F) sensor = transistor
    System: +80.6F (high = +185.0F, hyst = +177.8F)
    (crit = +212.0F, hyst = +204.8F) sensor = transistor

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