SUMMARY: Temperature woes?

From: Thomas Cannon <>
Date: Tue Dec 04 2001 - 12:05:41 EST
I recieved a great many helpful replies, many of which were folks who
checked to see what temperature their machines were and sent me that. Some
made this box seem too warm, others that indicated it was running at the
normal temperature.

Attached is an explaination for why that is.

Thanks to all,


---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Tue, 4 Dec 2001 10:35:01 -0500
From: Larye Parkins <>
To: 'Thomas Cannon' <>
Subject: RE: Temperature woes?

Prtdiag is model-dependent.  Older machines, if they report temperature at
all, report "ambient" temperature, which is computer case temp and not all
that useful - for instance, our E-450s run about 37-42 C.  Newer machines
report "die" temperature, on the heat sink, or both.  Our Blade 100s run die
temps in the mid-60s and ambient in the high 30s.  If your 280R is reporting
only die temp, high 60s is probably normal, but you should hold out for a
comparison with other 280R owners.  My gut feeling is that if 69 is ambient,
your CPUs would be wafting through the air ducts by now, in vapor form.

Larye D. Parkins
Systems Administrator, RML - NIAID
903 S. 4th St., Hamilton, MT 59840
(406) 363-9433

-----Original Message-----
From: Thomas Cannon []
Sent: Monday, December 03, 2001 5:37 PM
Subject: Temperature woes?

Hello all. I have a Sun 280R that's been acting mysteriously (you can gzip
a file, but then gzip -d fails, etc) and I'm starting to
wonder if it's having a heat problem. "prtdiag -v" shows the cpu
temperatures thusly:

System Temperatures (Celsius):
cpu0   1
  64  62

That, to me, seems warm. This is a colocated box, and the cage seemed a
little warm the last time I was down there, which is what made me think to
check. Really, though, I can't put these numbers to use because the
information isn't in context -- I've no realy idea if that's way too warm,
or if it's within spec, and thought that one of your brainiacs might have
that information handy ;-)

And of course I'll summarize. Thanks.


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From Vipin Sharma - EDS Datacenter Contractor
 <Vipin.Sharma@Sun.COM>  Tue Dec  4 17:57:40 2001
From: Vipin Sharma - EDS Datacenter Contractor
 <Vipin.Sharma@Sun.COM> (Vipin Sharma - EDS Datacenter Contractor)
Date: Tue, 4 Dec 2001 12:57:40 -0500 (EST)
Subject: auto extracting mail attachment
Message-ID: <200112041751.MAA00169@matrix.East.Sun.COM>

Hi Gurus,

I have a scenario in which I am sending a mime attachment mail to an account on 
a system2 and I want that the attachment should be extracted from the message 
and saved in a file on system2 without user intervention.
Does any body has any idea how it can be done with a script.
To start with I have to write a script and in /etc/mail/aliases I can mention 
that script against the account e.g

abc_account: "|/home/scripts/"

So that whenever I will send a mail from system1 to abc_account@system2 it will 
execute script but I dont know how to start writing this
For mime I can use munpack to extract that attachment from mail but question is 
how to get that mail in script so that I can say "munpack $file".

Received on Tue Dec 4 17:05:41 2001

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