[CentOS] Versions in RHEL and CentOS

Thu Apr 2 08:37:21 UTC 2020
Peter Kjellström <cap at nsc.liu.se>

On Thu, 2 Apr 2020 11:10:23 +0530
Thomas Stephen Lee <lee.iitb at gmail.com> wrote:
> /usr/bin/sensors
> from the lm_sensors package
> I had run
> sensors-detect --auto

I had no idea people still used that package. Especially on a server.

Per core temperatures in linux for Zen2 is done using (a very up to
date kernel with its k10temp module). Alternatively one can look at:


I don't know if it works with the c8 kernel (but it does not work with
the c7 one).

But in the end. Why care about per core temperatures? Setup basic
monitoring of the server using ipmi or whatever the vendor supports.

/Peter K