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I need to know what is the difference between those three sensors please,
S1    CPU Die temperature sensor

S1    U9 temperature sensor
S1    U66 temperature sensor

 

After adding the temperature reading of PA device to PRTG the above indicators were shown and I need to know the indication of each one.

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Hi @Waly ,

 

I don't know which is which exactly but you can check this with the command "show system environmentals"

This will give you Thermal information and much more.

 

Here's an example on a PA-5050:


----Thermal----
Slot Description Alarm Degrees C Min C Max C
S1 Temperature @ 10G Phys [U171] False 36.50 5.00 60.00
S1 Temperature @ Jaguar [U172] False 51.00 5.00 60.00
S1 Temperature @ Tiger [U173] False 46.00 5.00 60.00
S1 Temperature @ Dune [U174] False 37.00 5.00 60.00

 

The CLI command '> show system state filter env.* | match thermal' will return similar information:

 

 

> show system state filter env.* | match thermal

env.s1.thermal.0: { 'alarm': False, 'avg': 30.800, 'desc': Temperature @ 10G Phys [U171], 'hyst': 2.750, 'max': 60.000, 'min': 5.000, 'samples': [ 30.500,

30.500, 31.000, 31.000, 31.000, ], }

env.s1.thermal.1: { 'alarm': False, 'avg': 41.500, 'desc': Temperature @ Jaguar [U172], 'hyst': 2.750, 'max': 60.000, 'min': 5.000, 'samples': [ 41.500,

41.500, 41.500, 41.500, 41.500, ], }

env.s1.thermal.2: { 'alarm': False, 'avg': 36.000, 'desc': Temperature @ Tiger [U173], 'hyst': 2.750, 'max': 60.000, 'min': 5.000, 'samples': [ 36.000,

36.000, 36.000, 36.000, 36.000, ], }

env.s1.thermal.3: { 'alarm': False, 'avg': 34.200, 'desc': Temperature @ Dune [U174], 'hyst': 2.750, 'max': 60.000, 'min': 5.000, 'samples': [ 34.000,

34.000, 34.000, 34.500, 34.500, ], }

 

 

In the above example 10G Phys (=SFP+ chip), Jaguar (=signature id chip), Tiger (network chip), Dune (=switch fabric).


Please do the same on your device to identify the chips corresponding to the U-numbers.

 

Hope this helps,

-Kim.

LIVEcommunity team member, CISSP
Cheers,
Kiwi
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Hi @Waly ,

 

I don't know which is which exactly but you can check this with the command "show system environmentals"

This will give you Thermal information and much more.

 

Here's an example on a PA-5050:


----Thermal----
Slot Description Alarm Degrees C Min C Max C
S1 Temperature @ 10G Phys [U171] False 36.50 5.00 60.00
S1 Temperature @ Jaguar [U172] False 51.00 5.00 60.00
S1 Temperature @ Tiger [U173] False 46.00 5.00 60.00
S1 Temperature @ Dune [U174] False 37.00 5.00 60.00

 

The CLI command '> show system state filter env.* | match thermal' will return similar information:

 

 

> show system state filter env.* | match thermal

env.s1.thermal.0: { 'alarm': False, 'avg': 30.800, 'desc': Temperature @ 10G Phys [U171], 'hyst': 2.750, 'max': 60.000, 'min': 5.000, 'samples': [ 30.500,

30.500, 31.000, 31.000, 31.000, ], }

env.s1.thermal.1: { 'alarm': False, 'avg': 41.500, 'desc': Temperature @ Jaguar [U172], 'hyst': 2.750, 'max': 60.000, 'min': 5.000, 'samples': [ 41.500,

41.500, 41.500, 41.500, 41.500, ], }

env.s1.thermal.2: { 'alarm': False, 'avg': 36.000, 'desc': Temperature @ Tiger [U173], 'hyst': 2.750, 'max': 60.000, 'min': 5.000, 'samples': [ 36.000,

36.000, 36.000, 36.000, 36.000, ], }

env.s1.thermal.3: { 'alarm': False, 'avg': 34.200, 'desc': Temperature @ Dune [U174], 'hyst': 2.750, 'max': 60.000, 'min': 5.000, 'samples': [ 34.000,

34.000, 34.000, 34.500, 34.500, ], }

 

 

In the above example 10G Phys (=SFP+ chip), Jaguar (=signature id chip), Tiger (network chip), Dune (=switch fabric).


Please do the same on your device to identify the chips corresponding to the U-numbers.

 

Hope this helps,

-Kim.

LIVEcommunity team member, CISSP
Cheers,
Kiwi
Please help out other users and “Accept as Solution” if a post helps solve your problem !

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