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DSM 6.2.1 U4 - Loader 1.04b - 918+ CPU Temp

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Hello,

 

I Have a custom build for my NAS. I was running the DSM 6.2 with the 1.03b (DS3617S). I have update to 6.2.1 with 1.04b loader. 


Before the update I have the correct system (cpu) temp.  Now is still showing me 40°C.

 

Is there others users with the same issue?

 

Thanks;

 

Ps: sorry for my english.

 

 

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Ahh, OK :-)

Somehow I was under the impression that you used ESXi 😳 It might be a driver issue with the sensors?

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No prob, 

 

It's the CPU sensors, 

 

the system is based on a Gigabyte Motherboard and an Intel i5-8400

 

 

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You can install this in docker. Input "watch sensors" at bash terminal of container for online monitoring CPU temperatures.

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Same here with jun 1.04b 918+, 6.2.1 U4 on an Asrock Q1900-itx, stuck at 40°C. Because it's an embedded passive cooling cpu I'm not worried but it wouldn't hurt to have correct displayed temp :)

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Okay thanks for your both answers,

 

I fall back to 1.03b ds3617xs, too much issue with Plex (all device buffering) with a 300Mbps upload connection 😅 , I have lost hardware transcoding but no more problems.

 

Regards

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On 2/3/2019 at 10:21 AM, pmchan said:

Same here with jun 1.04b 918+, 6.2.1 U4 on an Asrock Q1900-itx, stuck at 40°C

Make that 2 ;-) I have the same SW/HW setup and the same temp.

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Hello,

 

I have the same problem with a mother board MSI B150M PRO-VD D3, whatever the DSM version is, from 5.x to 6.2.1, the temperature is always 40°C.

I do not worry anymore, my CPU cooler is always warm.

 

Regards.

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On 1/27/2019 at 12:59 AM, deloza said:

You can install this in docker. Input "watch sensors" at bash terminal of container for online monitoring CPU temperatures.

  lm sensors (Hide contents)

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Perfect, thanks a lot for this. I'm thinking how to store this data... Maybe RRD? Any suggestions?

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