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Old 11-11-2011, 01:42 PM
Morten Stevens
 
Default Monitor hardware RAID on IBM Express x3550 in F9

On 11.11.2011 15:29, Gary Stainburn wrote:
> Firstly, I made a mistake. This is a FC9 system, not FC14.
>
> I tried installing freeipmi but it didn't give me the ipmitool
> command.
> I uninstalled that and installed OpenIPMI and OpenIPMI-tools
>
> However, when I ran the command suggested all I got was errors.
>
> [root@ollie ~]# ipmitool sensor
> Could not open device at /dev/ipmi0 or /dev/ipmi/0 or /dev/ipmidev/0:
> No such
> file or directory
> Get Device ID command failed
> Unable to open SDR for reading
> [root@ollie ~]#

Just try this:

modprobe ipmi_devintf
modprobe ipmi_si

Best regards,

Morten
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Old 11-14-2011, 11:06 AM
Gary Stainburn
 
Default Monitor hardware RAID on IBM Express x3550 in F9

On Friday 11 November 2011 14:42:47 Morten Stevens wrote:
> Just try this:
>
> modprobe ipmi_devintf
> modprobe ipmi_si
>
> Best regards,
>
> Morten

Thanks. This worked fine. How do I make it permenant?

Also, I now get output from ipmitools, listed below.
I don't really know what I'm looking at. Can someone please have a look and
let me know if it shows the state of my RAID array.

Thanks.

[root@ollie ~]# ipmitool sensor
Fan 1 Tach | na | RPM | na | na | 15150.000 |
0.000 | 7275.000 | na | na
Fan 2 Tach | na | RPM | na | na | 15150.000 |
0.000 | 7275.000 | na | na
Fan 3 Tach | 8625.000 | RPM | ok | 750.000 | 1950.000 |
1950.000 | na | na | na
Fan 4 Tach | 7200.000 | RPM | ok | 750.000 | 1950.000 |
1950.000 | na | na | na
Fan 5 Tach | 7800.000 | RPM | ok | 750.000 | 1950.000 |
1950.000 | na | na | na
Fan 6 Tach | 6000.000 | RPM | ok | 750.000 | 1950.000 |
1950.000 | na | na | na
Fan 7 Tach | 7800.000 | RPM | ok | 750.000 | 1950.000 |
1950.000 | na | na | na
Fan 8 Tach | 6375.000 | RPM | ok | 750.000 | 1950.000 |
1950.000 | na | na | na
Fan 9 Tach | 9075.000 | RPM | ok | 750.000 | 1950.000 |
1950.000 | na | na | na
Fan 10 Tach | 7875.000 | RPM | ok | 750.000 | 1950.000 |
1950.000 | na | na | na
Fan 11 Tach | 9000.000 | RPM | ok | 750.000 | 1950.000 |
1950.000 | na | na | na
Fan 12 Tach | 8025.000 | RPM | ok | 750.000 | 1950.000 |
1950.000 | na | na | na
Sys pwr monitor | 0x0 | discrete | 0x0080| na | na |
na | na | na | na
Watchdog | 0x0 | discrete | 0x0080| na | na |
na | na | na | na
Drive 1 Status | 0x0 | discrete | 0x0180| na | na |
na | na | na | na
Drive 2 Status | 0x0 | discrete | 0x0180| na | na |
na | na | na | na
Drive 3 Status | na | discrete | na | na | na |
na | na | na | na
Drive 4 Status | na | discrete | na | na | na |
na | na | na | na
RAID Error | 0x0 | discrete | 0x0080| na | na |
na | na | na | na
Planar 3.3V | 3.310 | Volts | ok | na | 3.027 |
na | na | 3.558 | na
Planar 5V | 5.100 | Volts | ok | na | 4.380 |
na | na | 5.610 | na
Planar 12V | 12.141 | Volts | ok | na | 10.579 |
na | na | 13.348 | na
Planar VBAT | 3.078 | Volts | ok | na | 2.295 |
na | na | 3.807 | na
Ambient Temp | 25.000 | degrees C | ok | na | na |
na | 32.000 | na | 39.000
AVG Power | 200.000 | Watts | ok | 1920.000 | na |
1920.000 | 0.000 | na | na
CPU 1 Temp | na | degrees C | na | na |
74.000 | -128.000 | -48.000 | na | na
CPU 2 Temp | na | degrees C | na | na |
74.000 | -128.000 | -48.000 | na | na
RSA II Detect | 0x0 | discrete | 0x0080| na | na |
na | na | na | na
FP Cable Detect | 0x0 | discrete | 0x0080| na | na |
na | na | na | na
USB Cable Detect | 0x0 | discrete | 0x0080| na | na |
na | na | na | na
DASD BP Detect | 0x0 | discrete | 0x0080| na | na |
na | na | na | na
Riser 1 Detect | 0x0 | discrete | 0x0080| na | na |
na | na | na | na
Riser 2 Detect | 0x0 | discrete | 0x0080| na | na |
na | na | na | na
PS 1 Status | 0x0 | discrete | 0x0180| na | na |
na | na | na | na
PS 2 Status | 0x0 | discrete | 0x0180| na | na |
na | na | na | na
VRD 1 Status | 0x0 | discrete | 0x0080| na | na |
na | na | na | na
VRD 2 Status | na | discrete | na | na | na |
na | na | na | na
CPU 1 Status | 0x0 | discrete | 0x8080| na | na |
na | na | na | na
CPU 2 Status | na | discrete | na | na | na |
na | na | na | na
NMI State | 0x0 | discrete | 0x0080| na | na |
na | na | na | na
Power 12V Fault | 0x0 | discrete | 0x0080| na | na |
na | na | na | na
Voltage Fault | 0x0 | discrete | 0x0080| na | na |
na | na | na | na
PS 1 Fan Fault | 0x0 | discrete | 0x0080| na | na |
na | na | na | na
PS 2 Fan Fault | 0x0 | discrete | 0x0080| na | na |
na | na | na | na
SEL Fullness | 16.000 | messages | ok | 10.000 | 20.000 |
30.000 | 75.000 | 90.000 | 100.000
ABR Status | 0x0 | discrete | 0x0080| na | na |
na | na | na | na
CPU Fault Reboot | 0x0 | discrete | 0x0080| na | na |
na | na | na | na
Critical Int | 0x0 | discrete | 0x0080| na | na |
na | na | na | na
PwrPlanar Fault | 0x0 | discrete | 0x0080| na | na |
na | na | na | na
CPU 1 OverTemp | 0x0 | discrete | 0x0080| na | na |
na | na | na | na
CPU 2 OverTemp | 0x0 | discrete | 0x0080| na | na |
na | na | na | na
CPU 1 PECI tics | -42.000 | unspecified | ok | -64.000 | na |
64.000 | 0.000 | na | na
CPU 2 PECI tics | na | unspecified | na | -64.000 | na |
96.000 | 0.000 | na | na
[root@ollie ~]#


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Old 11-14-2011, 06:59 PM
"Bryn M. Reeves"
 
Default Monitor hardware RAID on IBM Express x3550 in F9

On 11/14/2011 12:06 PM, Gary Stainburn wrote:
> On Friday 11 November 2011 14:42:47 Morten Stevens wrote:
>> Just try this:
>>
>> modprobe ipmi_devintf
>> modprobe ipmi_si
>>
>> Best regards,
>>
>> Morten
>
> Thanks. This worked fine. How do I make it permenant?

On f15 or later create a file in /etc/modules-load.d, e.g.:

$ cat /etc/modules-load.d/impi.conf
# load ipmi modules at boot
ipmi_devintf
ipmi_si

On older systems you can still use /etc/sysconfig/modules/*.modules
(contans shell scripts that load modules on boot, see e.g.
bluez-uinput.modules for an example) or the legacy /etc/rc.modules.

Regards,
Bryn.
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