pchtemp could support Intel 400 series chipset
While looking around at docs, I found Intel has documented the 400 series chipset and they support the pch thermal sensor. We should add this alias to the pchtemp(7D) driver.
Updated by Robert Mustacchi over 1 year ago
I tested this by doing a quick sanity test by passing through an instance of this to a VM on my laptop and verifying that it showed up in topo. I can't test this against newer hardware, since I don't have it.
rm@nienor:~$ pfexec /usr/lib/fm/fmd/fmtopo -V *sensor* TIME UUID Oct 03 08:21:57 4525fca4-cff3-e9a2-ad07-90a00c203550 hc://:product-id=Standard-PC-(i440FX-+-PIIX,-1996):server-id=nienor/motherboard=0/chipset=0?sensor=temp group: protocol version: 1 stability: Private/Private resource fmri hc://:product-id=Standard-PC-(i440FX-+-PIIX,-1996):server-id=nienor/motherboard=0/chipset=0?sensor=temp group: authority version: 1 stability: Private/Private product-id string Standard-PC-(i440FX-+-PIIX,-1996) server-id string nienor group: facility version: 1 stability: Private/Private sensor-class string threshold type uint32 0x1 (TEMP) units uint32 0x1 (DEGREES_C) reading double 54.000000
Updated by Electric Monk over 1 year ago
- Status changed from New to Closed
- % Done changed from 80 to 100
commit 60de61ff53a6483ad00524b59031b99fcc10d46d Author: Robert Mustacchi <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2020-10-05T15:36:14.000Z 13193 pchtemp could support Intel 400 series chipset Reviewed by: Paul Winder <email@example.com> Approved by: Dan McDonald <firstname.lastname@example.org>