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[Plugin] IPMI for unRAID 6.1+

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IPMI plugin for unRAID 6.1+

 

This plugin is for viewing the local or remote sensors and event logs of a motherboard with ipmi. Sensors can be viewed in basic or advanced mode. Sensor reading color will be green if between non critical, yellow for critical and red for non recoverable. Event Log can clear all or individual events. Sensors page will refresh every 10 sec while viewing it. You can turn on  event notification warnings and remote lan monitoring from the settings page.

 

1. Copy the plugin url:

Master Stable Version ASRock fan control only

https://raw.githubusercontent.com/dmacias72/IPMI-unRAID/master/plugin/ipmi.plg
 

2. Paste url into install plugin text input and click install

 

3. There will be an IPMI tool icon under the Tools menu/ UnRAID OS

 

4. This will install freeipmi and modprobe ipmi drivers

 

5. There is a settings page at /Settings/IPMI  for event notifications, remote ipmi monitoring and temp/fan sensors to be displayed in the webpage footer

    You can pick any four temp or fan sensor to display at the bottom of the unRAID webGui.

 

6. You can acces the sensor readings and events by navigating to Tools/IPMITools or clicking the Readings button on the settings page

 

You can test notifications either by sticking your finger in a fan or from the command line "ipmitool event 1" (you can also use 2 or 3 instead of 1)

No need for bloody fingers or command line foo anymore, there's a button on the settings page for test events.  It cycles through 5 different events that are either warnings or alerts.

 

IPMI fan control is supported for Asrock boards only. There's a configure button that automatically sets any active fan to their location relative to the ipmi-raw command. If you change or add fan headers you will need to rerun configure. After that set up temp sensor to monitor for the fan and the temp hi/lo thresholds.  Setting a fan to auto will use the systems smart fan settings. There's also a minimum option to keep a fan from going below a certain rpm.

 

I've added some extra command line scripts. They will use network connection or local from the plugin as well as filter ignored sensors. They will accept any commands line options that their counterpart accept. They are ipmisensors, ipmisel, ipmifru and ipmiraw.

 

All comments and sugestions are welcome.

 

ipmitool is not part of the plugin anymore but here's a link to the package

https://raw.githubusercontent.com/dmacias72/unRAID-plugins/master/source/packages/ipmitool-1.8.13-x86_64-1_slack.txz

 

Both of these are compiled under 6.2 so they may not work on 6.1

https://raw.githubusercontent.com/dmacias72/unRAID-plugins/master/source/packages/ipmitool-1.8.17-x86_64-1.txz

 

https://raw.githubusercontent.com/dmacias72/unRAID-plugins/master/source/packages/ipmiutil-3.0.0-x86_64-1.txz

 

Change Log

###2017.10.09
- add support for dual socket to ipmi2json script only
###2017.10.06
- change fancontrol min and max to show percentage instead of 1 -64
- update help
###2017.10.02
- fix css and stickyheaders for new themes
- move cdnjs to local
- properly fix dropdown checklist tab refresh/switch

###2017.06.26

- revert previous changes till for more testing

###2017.06.25

- change Temperature Polling Times.  You will need to change settings, save and restart fan control.

- add fan max speed

###2017.06.19

- fix Supermicro auto fan setting

- stopping fan control returns fans to original mode

- update ipmifan auto and full speed functions

###2017.06.18a

- add zone fan control support for Supermicro X10 and X11 boards

- add support for new 6.4 themes

- combine Sensor Editor and Config Editor and move to Settings page

- restructure Settings page vars and forms

- fix incorrect colors vs readings when missing thresholds

- change bmc reset from warm to cold reset

- update codemirror cdn

- update freeipmi to 1.5.5

- remove board log file and switch to dmidecode for board info instead of ipmi-fru

- misc fixes and code improvements

###2017.01.27

- update and harden code for security

- update codemirror for sensor and config editor

- add: search and replace functions for config editor

###2016.10.22

- fix: min/max version in plugin

###2016.10.19

- fix: min/max version in plugin

- fix: cached board status set add unknown

###2016.10.17

- fix: board not recognized and fancontrol disbaled

###2016.10.12

- fix: load kernel driver

###2016.10.10

- fix: plugin file

###2016.10.09

- fix: quiet modprobe

- update for min/max and 6.3

###2016.10.07a

- fix: add padding to single digit percentage for ###2016.10.07

###2016.10.06a

- fix: array_key_error on fans page

###2016.10.06

- add: update to freeipmi-1.5.3

- add: automatic system specific configuration of ipmi fans for ASRock boards

- fix: move boards.json to board.json

- fix: cache board type to speed up settings page

- fix: minor fixes, cleanup and remove depreciated code

- fix: css affecting dashboard

- fix: unRaid 6.3 compatibility

###2016.09.29

- fix: remove quotes from OEM Reserved readings

###2016.10.24

- update codemirror for sensor and config editor

- add: search and replace functions for config editor

###2016.09.28a

- add: show readings for OEM Reserved in dashboard

- add: ability to select OEM Reserved to display in footer

###2016.09.28

- add: show readings for OEM Reserved e.g. Supermicro temp readings

- fix: hard drives reading showing 0 when spun down

###2016.09.20

- fix: inaccurate error when running fancontrol while disabled

###2016.09.16

- update tablesorter to 2.27.6

###2016.07.22

- fix: fan control not setting fans to auto when stopped

- fix: fan control not setting fan min (only setting a value of 1)

- fix: fan log percentage 0% when fan min is used

- thanks to piotrasd for the testing

###2016.05.17

- fix: workaround for dynamix plugin update api not refreshing after update (remove update message)

- fix: workaround for dynamix drop down checklists bug (F5 on other tab breaks ddcl)

- fix: refresh Settings tab on tab1 click for ddcl bug

- fix: convert fan control settings to name based instead of number based (you'll need to setup fancontrol again)

- fix: check for board manufacturer

- add: remove auto board.json update and add manual Check for Updates button 

- add: update fan logging: add start/stop messages and fan speed changes are in the form Fan Name(%):Temp Sensor(°C)

- add: ignored sensors to fan control page

- add: ignored sensors and command line arguments to CL helper scripts: ipmisensors, ipmisel and ipmifru

- add: Dashboard settings for all sensors, deselect all to disable Dashboard

- remove: Dashboard switch and types

###2016.05.16

- add: Dashboard will show any sensor if state is not nominal

- fix: Dashboard summary switch default to On

- fix: no sensors if localhost and network enabled

- fix: no sensors displayed if ignore is empty Thanks to ljm42

- fix: remove depreciated network check in footer display Thanks ljm42

###2016.05.15

- fix: condense code, remove excess files

- fix: readings page buttons alignment

- fix: sensors refresh rate first time dash or readings page is loaded

- add: update ipmi check method and network checks (move into fuctions)

- add: color to sensor readings in footer based on sensor state

- add: tablesorter reset for all tables (1st click is ascending, 2nd is descending and third 3rd is unsorted)

- add: settings drop down check list for sensor select and ignore

- add: settings drop down check list for Dashboard sensor type (uncheck all: hides IPMI Dashboard Summary)

- add: Dashboard summary page and hide switch

- fix: motherboard logos not showing

###2016.05.10a

- fix: local ipmi check Thanks to ljm42

###2016.05.10

- add: CL helper scripts ipmisensors and ipmisel that use network settings if network is enabled

- add: motherboard logos

- add: ability to use any fan or temp sensor in footer

- add: settings and readings tabs to Settings and Tools menu

- add: ipmi sensors configuration to readings page

- add: ipmi system configuration editor to settings page

- add: ability to edit, save and load on boot ipmi sensor configuration e.g. sensor thresholds

- add: help button text

- add: Dynamix plugin update API

- add: ipmi fan control for ASRock boards only

- (based on fans being named: CPU_FAN1, CPU_FAN2, REAR_FAN1, REAR_FAN2, FRNT_FAN1, FRNT_FAN2)

- add: select fan control ip address

- add: advanced view for fan control options

- fix: show separate status on each settings page

- add: highest array hard drive temp as a sensor

- add: abbreviated units to readings, change units column to type column

- fix: reduce footer footprint

- fix: network options

###2016.04.27

- fix: network timeout

###2016.03.27

- fix: add check for valid date

###2016.03.26

- fix: change date format function

###2016.03.25

- fix: archived events page update on event delete

- fix: archived events with same timestamp

- fix: archived events tablesorter pager

###2016.03.24

- update for 6.2 to freeipmi 1.5.1

- new installs on 6.2 will work fine

- 6.2 users with previous install will need to reboot or install libgcrypt-1.6.5 (temporarily) to use freipmi 1.5.1

- libgcrypt-1.6.5 is included with unRAID 6.2 and previous versions downgraded it to 1.5.5 to use freeipmi 1.4.11

- http://ftp.slackware.com/pub/slackware/slackware64-current/slackware64/n/libgcrypt-1.6.5-x86_64-1.txz

- fix: bug local ipmi timeout webgui to wait for ipmi (only affected systems without local ipmi)

- changed backup events to archived events

- add archived event page and switch

###2016.03.14

- update freeipmi package

- fix virtual machines not auto starting due to /etc/init.d directory created by freeipmi package

###2016.03.13

- add test button for sending sample notification events

- move ID column to advanced

- fix temp units not showing in footer

- add backup switch to backup events when clearing them

###2016.03.12

- converted to using freeipmi instead of ipmitool

- add support for multiple ipmi hosts local, network or both together

- add an extra fan display so you have 2 temp and 2 fan in footer

- add different warning levels based on event state

- fix race condition on reading of sensors and events

- add highlights and filters to tables

- add settings button to readings page and reading button to settings page

- add polling time to event monitoring

- code optimizations

#####2016.02.22

- fix: advanced changed to fixed instead of toggle

###2016.02.15a

- fix: array combine error for sensors with non uniform data

###2016.02.15

- update tablesorter

- add: fan control page and status

- fan control Not functional yet

- add: settings for temps and fan display

- add: temp and fans readings to footer

- move event daemon start and stop functions to rc scripts

- remove daemon start and stop with array

- move daemon start process to plugin install

- move daemon stop process to rc.local_shutdown

###2016.01.17

- add tablesorter as a separate package

- fix values outside of critical showing green

- add icons instead of switches

- minor code changes

###2015.12.30

- remove old plugin directory on install

###2015.12.20

- fixed "Waiting for events" triggering notification on system start

- reorganize events page

- add switchbuttons

- move from UnRAID OS to System Information under Tools menu

- add unRAID version check

###2015.12.11

- change repo

- change install and remove method

###2015.11.17

- fix permissions for emhttp events

###2015.11.10b

- whoops deleted sensors page

###2015.11.10

- stop event monitoring on plugin removal

###2015.11.09

- minor bug fixes

###2015.11.08

- add settings page

- add event notifications

- add remote IPMI access

###2015.08.15

- update for unRAID 6.1-rc+ only

###2015.05.07a

- fix bug

###2015.05.07

- initial unRAID 6 release.

 

 

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Can't wait for the ASRock fan control!  Nice work!

 

However, after installation and reboot, the sensors page remains blank.  Missing dependency maybe?

 

EDIT:

ipmitool -c sdr from the command line correctly lists all of the sensors, but it doesn't seem to populate the page

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Can't wait for the ASRock fan control!  Nice work!

 

However, after installation and reboot, the sensors page remains blank.  Missing dependency maybe?

 

EDIT:

ipmitool -c sdr from the command line correctly lists all of the sensors, but it doesn't seem to populate the page

 

I have same problem and  ipmitool -c sdr report me

+5VSB,5.100,Volts,ok
+3VSB,3.520,Volts,ok
Vcore,0.820,Volts,ok
VCCM,1.360,Volts,ok
+1.1V,1.080,Volts,ok
+1.0V,1.030,Volts,ok
BAT,3.180,Volts,ok
+3V,3.360,Volts,ok
+5V,5.070,Volts,ok
+12V,12.100,Volts,ok
CPU_FAN1,1400,RPM,ok
REAR_FAN1,,,ns
FRNT_FAN1,,,ns
FRNT_FAN2,,,ns
REAR_FAN2,800,RPM,ok
CPU_FAN2,,,ns
MB Temperature,43,degrees C,ok
CPU Temperature,42,degrees C,ok

 

nothing weird in the syslog

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It uses javascript if that matters. What browser are you guys using? And did you refresh the cache? I do it in Firefox by hitting ctrl F5. It did show up blank on my Samsung mobile browser so maybe I need to recode something to be compatible.

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works with my board in sig, thanks.

Your welcome. Nothing too sparkly though. However if you stick your finger in your fan the sensor reading will be a nice red. And maybe your finger will be too.

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Thank you for putting together this plugin.

It's working nicely on my Tyan board.

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Thank you for putting together this plugin.

It's working nicely on my Tyan board.

No problem. Your welcome.

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Problem fixed, Now it's working, thanks!

 

Yesterday I'm playing with ipmi raw values

WIth C2550d4I

0x00 smart fan(bios configured)

0x01 stoped fan

0x02 lower rpm value

......

0x64 max rpm value

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Problem fixed, Now it's working, thanks!

 

Yesterday I'm playing with ipmi raw values

WIth C2550d4I

0x00 smart fan(bios configured)

0x01 stoped fan

0x02 lower rpm value

......

0x64 max rpm value

Which fans do you have connected? Maybe you can test or confirm the other inputs. Below is from the other thread and what I have tested.

 

A disclaimer for others this is for the Asrock boards only. But if you know your raw codes for your board post them.

 

Ipmitool raw 0x3a 0x01 0xAA 0xBB 0xCC 0xDD 0xEE 0xFF 0xGG 0xHH

 

AA: CPU_FAN1(PWM Value) Confirmed

 

BB: CPU_FAN2(PWM Value) ? Untested

 

CC: REAR_FAN1(PWM Value) Confirmed

 

DD: REAR_FAN2(PWM Value) ? Untested

 

EE: FRNT_FAN1(PWM Value) Confirmed

 

FF: FRNT_FAN2(PWM Value) Confirmed

 

GG: Reserved(Set to 0) ?

 

HH: Reserved(Set to 0) ?

 

Here's the command I used

 

ipmitool raw 0x3a 0x01 0x64 0x00 0x64 0x00 0x00 0x64 0x00 0x00

 

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Confirmed working for me now as well.  It's good to see gfjardim already php'ized the fan control script in the other thread too.  ASRock fan speed control is very close it seems!  We all appreciate this dmacias and everyone else.

 

To restate what dmacias said above, the ipmitool raw values below ARE FOR ASROCK BOARDS ONLY.  I'm not entirely sure if the raw data value applies to all ASRock boards, but it is confirmed for my E3C226D2I.

 

Ipmitool raw 0x3a 0x01 0xAA 0xBB 0xCC 0xDD 0xEE 0xFF 0xGG 0xHH

 

Hex sets 0xAA to 0xHH correspond to different headers.  For example, 0xAA is to CPU_FAN1 on our ASRock boards.  As for values, 0x00 is smart fan mode, 0x01 - 0x64 corresponds to 1%-100% fan speed.

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Problem fixed, Now it's working, thanks!

 

Yesterday I'm playing with ipmi raw values

WIth C2550d4I

0x00 smart fan(bios configured)

0x01 stoped fan

0x02 lower rpm value

......

0x64 max rpm value

Which fans do you have connected? Maybe you can test or confirm the other inputs. Below is from the other thread and what I have tested.

 

A disclaimer for others this is for the Asrock boards only. But if you know your raw codes for your board post them.

 

Ipmitool raw 0x3a 0x01 0xAA 0xBB 0xCC 0xDD 0xEE 0xFF 0xGG 0xHH

 

AA: CPU_FAN1(PWM Value) Confirmed

 

BB: CPU_FAN2(PWM Value) ? Untested

 

CC: REAR_FAN1(PWM Value) Confirmed

 

DD: REAR_FAN2(PWM Value) ? Untested

 

EE: FRNT_FAN1(PWM Value) Confirmed

 

FF: FRNT_FAN2(PWM Value) Confirmed

 

GG: Reserved(Set to 0) ?

 

HH: Reserved(Set to 0) ?

 

Here's the command I used

 

ipmitool raw 0x3a 0x01 0x64 0x00 0x64 0x00 0x00 0x64 0x00 0x00

 

If you need it I will try all fan connectors to find out the order and reference of all 6 FAN, but until sunday I won't be able to try it.

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Problem fixed, Now it's working, thanks!

 

Yesterday I'm playing with ipmi raw values

WIth C2550d4I

0x00 smart fan(bios configured)

0x01 stoped fan

0x02 lower rpm value

......

0x64 max rpm value

Which fans do you have connected? Maybe you can test or confirm the other inputs. Below is from the other thread and what I have tested.

 

A disclaimer for others this is for the Asrock boards only. But if you know your raw codes for your board post them.

 

Ipmitool raw 0x3a 0x01 0xAA 0xBB 0xCC 0xDD 0xEE 0xFF 0xGG 0xHH

 

AA: CPU_FAN1(PWM Value) Confirmed

 

BB: CPU_FAN2(PWM Value) ? Untested

 

CC: REAR_FAN1(PWM Value) Confirmed

 

DD: REAR_FAN2(PWM Value) ? Untested

 

EE: FRNT_FAN1(PWM Value) Confirmed

 

FF: FRNT_FAN2(PWM Value) Confirmed

 

GG: Reserved(Set to 0) ?

 

HH: Reserved(Set to 0) ?

 

Here's the command I used

 

ipmitool raw 0x3a 0x01 0x64 0x00 0x64 0x00 0x00 0x64 0x00 0x00

 

If you need it I will try all fan connectors to find out the order and reference of all 6 FAN, but until sunday I won't be able to try it.

 

I was curious if you had a fan on BB and it was cpu fan 2 or DD and it was rear fan 2. But no hurry as I only have so much time to work on it.

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i have one question, can i get turn off chassis intrusion detection, something in this plugin i can set to ignore it.

 

 

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I tested all fan  the result is this (With Asrock C2550D4I same result C2750D4I)

 

ipmitool raw 0x3a 0x01 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00

 

With order:

 

ipmitool raw 0x3a 0x01 cpu1 cpu2 Rea1 Rea2 fron1 fron2 0x00 0x00

 

 

Last 2 values, I don't know :S

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i have one question, can i get turn off chassis intrusion detection, something in this plugin i can set to ignore it.

Does it show up as a sensor? If so, could you post the results of ipmitool sdr elist or ipmitool sdr dump sdr.txt. The later will produce a binary file that you should be able to post.

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I tested all fan  the result is this (With Asrock C2550D4I same result C2750D4I)

 

ipmitool raw 0x3a 0x01 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00

 

With order:

 

ipmitool raw 0x3a 0x01 cpu1 cpu2 Rea1 Rea2 fron1 fron2 0x00 0x00

 

 

Last 2 values, I don't know :S

Ok thank you.

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i have one question, can i get turn off chassis intrusion detection, something in this plugin i can set to ignore it.

Does it show up as a sensor? If so, could you post the results of ipmitool sdr elist or ipmitool sdr dump sdr.txt. The later will produce a binary file that you should be able to post.

 

CPU Temp         | 01h | ok  |  3.1 | 32 degrees C
System Temp      | 0Bh | ok  |  7.1 | 29 degrees C
Peripheral Temp  | 0Ch | ok  |  7.2 | 36 degrees C
PCH Temp         | 0Ah | ok  |  7.3 | 42 degrees C
VRM Temp         | 48h | ok  |  8.1 | 32 degrees C
DIMMA1 Temp      | B0h | ns  | 32.64 | No Reading
DIMMA2 Temp      | B1h | ok  | 32.65 | 28 degrees C
DIMMB1 Temp      | B4h | ns  | 32.68 | No Reading
DIMMB2 Temp      | B5h | ok  | 32.69 | 28 degrees C
FAN1             | 41h | ok  | 29.1 | 2000 RPM
FAN2             | 42h | ok  | 29.2 | 1600 RPM
FAN3             | 43h | ok  | 29.3 | 1600 RPM
FAN4             | 44h | ok  | 29.4 | 2400 RPM
FANA             | 45h | ok  | 29.5 | 1500 RPM
Vcpu             | 20h | ok  |  3.2 | 1.81 Volts
VDIMM            | 24h | ok  | 32.1 | 1.46 Volts
12V              | 30h | ok  |  7.17 | 12 Volts
5VCC             | 31h | ok  |  7.33 | 5.03 Volts
3.3VCC           | 32h | ok  |  7.32 | 3.34 Volts
VBAT             | 33h | ok  |  7.18 | 3.06 Volts
AVCC             | 35h | ok  |  7.36 | 3.33 Volts
VSB              | 36h | ok  |  7.35 | 3.31 Volts
Chassis Intru    | AAh | ok  | 23.1 | General Chassis intrusion

 

 

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i have one question, can i get turn off chassis intrusion detection, something in this plugin i can set to ignore it.

Could you try this command

ipmitool raw 0x30 0x03

 

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i have one question, can i get turn off chassis intrusion detection, something in this plugin i can set to ignore it.

Could you try this command

ipmitool raw 0x30 0x03

 

no output and no change in the webui page.

 

http://www.supermicro.com/support/faqs/faq.cfm?faq=10307

 

was it supposed to return a reservation code or something akin to that post i linked.

 

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i have one question, can i get turn off chassis intrusion detection, something in this plugin i can set to ignore it.

Could you try this command

ipmitool raw 0x30 0x03

 

no output and no change in the webui page.

 

http://www.supermicro.com/support/faqs/faq.cfm?faq=10307

 

was it supposed to return a reservation code or something akin to that post i linked.

It was supposed reset the chassis intrusion like here

http://www.supermicro.com/Aplus/support/faqs/faq.cfm?faq=11894

 

But I was looking at the link you posted too. You could try disabling it if that's what you wanted.

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i have one question, can i get turn off chassis intrusion detection, something in this plugin i can set to ignore it.

Could you try this command

ipmitool raw 0x30 0x03

 

no output and no change in the webui page.

 

http://www.supermicro.com/support/faqs/faq.cfm?faq=10307

 

was it supposed to return a reservation code or something akin to that post i linked.

It was supposed reset the chassis intrusion like here

http://www.supermicro.com/Aplus/support/faqs/faq.cfm?faq=11894

 

But I was looking at the link you posted too. You could try disabling it if that's what you wanted.

 

yes please....

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i have one question, can i get turn off chassis intrusion detection, something in this plugin i can set to ignore it.

Could you try this command

ipmitool raw 0x30 0x03

 

no output and no change in the webui page.

 

http://www.supermicro.com/support/faqs/faq.cfm?faq=10307

 

was it supposed to return a reservation code or something akin to that post i linked.

It was supposed reset the chassis intrusion like here

http://www.supermicro.com/Aplus/support/faqs/faq.cfm?faq=11894

 

But I was looking at the link you posted too. You could try disabling it if that's what you wanted.

 

yes please....

I was looking at this link

http://www.supermicro.com/support/faqs/faq.cfm?faq=10307

But I'm not sure what the sensor's record address would be for your board.  I was looking at the sdr.txt with a hex editor and at offset 4b8 there's the info for your chassis sensor but I'm not sure if the 01 immediately following the 17 is what you want but maybe their tech support can help.

The aa is the address from ipmitool sdr elist.

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