Just thought this simple app might help a few of you. Unfortunately, I don't have time to create a plugin for Truenas Core but it would be nice if someone else did.
* Broadcom/Avago/LSI HBA/RAID cards are made to be used in servers where there's plenty of airflow...
I have NC523SFP SFP+ cards in Proxmox and Freenas 11.2U6.
With Proxmox and lmsensors I can read the temperature from the SFP+ card. Is there an equivalent from lmsensors for FreeNAS? sysctl -a gives only the CPU temperature.
After upgrading to 11.2-U5, I've lost the ability to read back drive temperature, all show as N/A, the SMARTD service is running though.
Sort of at a bit of a loss on what might have happened or how to resolve it?
SMART tests still run as far as I can tell, just no temperature graphs, no...
I noticed that my Ryzen 7 2700x CPU temp readings are at 100 deg celcius on idle. The CPU has worked great. And that reading is clearly wrong from what I can tell. BIOS temp is like 35 deg on idle. There is no overclock other than SoC voltage being 1.1 which is the recommended voltage...
So when i have one pool mounted the temps are reported normally like this.
But when mounting a second pool. The same drives read as N/A. Also under reporting i get only readout of the SATA HDDs. Not SATA SSDs. Not sure if the two are related. Same behavior with second pool...
I would like to set critical alarm temperature for HDD to 40 degree Celsius and for SSD to 55.
Unfortunately I can only find a general setting which is applicable for all drives. Is there a way to adjust this?
with every scrub i get alerts from my SSDs
Sorry if doubleposted. But couldnt find a trouble report for this.
My dashboard reports for memory usage, cpu temperature and disk temperature all report 0 degrees/GB as current. History shows correct for memory use and cpu temp.
System installed on 11.2 Beta1 and upgraded.
This post https://forums.freenas.org/index.php?threads/where-does-the-system-log-of-services-s-m-a-r-t-information-go.63205/
prompted me to have a peek in the log just for interest and I found: (recent example for /dev/da4)
Apr 18 14:52:47 freenas smartd: Device: /dev/da3 [SAT], SMART...
Since there are a number of people that know the Supermicro X11 series motherboards I hope that you guys can help, but I wouldn't call this a FreeNAS problem per se since I personally believe that FreeNAS is the only thing on the machine reporting the correct CPU temp...
I build a...
Hi all! So I've been trying to create a cron job to output CPU temperature and a timestamp to a text file for logging. I have the following script written, and the commands work as expected when run in the shell separately, but when run in the cron job, the output for DATE goes into a file...
QUESTION: Is there a way to have FreeNAS shutdown when a hard drive reaches 50*C?
I have searched the forums but have not found this answer or many people asking about it. Our business FreeNAS server is not in a temperature controlled environment and it can not be moved to one.
After I upgraded to 11 I saw the console was spamming some coretemp messages about the CPU temperature being too high and that a shutdown was recommended.
I halted the system, drove home, booted it with a monitor attached and went into my BIOS (gigabyte z68x-ud3h-b3) and lowered my clock...
I own a FreeNAS, based on
6 pcs. 5 TB WD Blue 5,400 rpm drives
a FRACTAL-DESIGN Node 304 Mini-ITX case
a Corsair CS550M PSU
an EKL Alpenföhn Brocken ECO fan
an ASRock E3C226D2I Motherboard
16 MB RAM
i3-4370 CPU @ 3.80GHz
The system is NOT running 24/7, but only turned on for a couple of hours...
As my first foray into a non-COTS server, I purchased a used SuperMicro Super Chassis SC836E16-R1200B via ebay. Having sold my QNAP NAS appliances to offset the cost, I was left with 16 HGST Deskstar NAS HDDs - 6TB that needed to be repurposed. I spent considerable time researching and...
I've been running mprime in stress-testing mode and watching my CPU temperatures with IPMI view. I hoped to get some feedback as to whether the temps I'm seeing are OK.
I have the Supermicro X11-SSH-F motherboard with a Xeon E3-1240 v5 cpu. It has the stock cooler, but I removed the stock...