Re: lm_sensors inaccurately reporting sudden changes?
Date: 22 Feb 2005 12:40:07 -0800
Nope, no reboot; the system had been up for a couple months at that
point. And once the 'bad' numbers started they continued until I
rebooted; now all seems well. hmm.
I have looked into OpenManage, but I was under the impression that it
was for RedHat, which I'm not running...
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