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Re: Monitoring server sensors and triggering actions

On 2010/3/24 Felipe Augusto van de Wiel wrote:
How do you shutdown a server if CPU hits
critical temperatures? Do you use a program? Do
you hack your own shell script?

On 24/03/10 04:49, Eden Caldas replied:
Use lm-sensors. It runs localy and you
can create a script that runs as a cron job that checks the output of
lm-sensors and shutdown if you get high temps and stuff.

Further to this, you might be interested in the following links:



And, while not directly answering your question, this is a neat way to monitor the temps in the rack:


Hope that helps.



Gavin Westwood

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