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    Question need utility or script to get CPU temperature on Solaris


    Me too looking for a utilty or a script which can get the CPU temperature on Solaris platform. Please share if you some info

    Thanks

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    I don't know about Solaris, but there are KDE and Gnome tools for Linux that will do that. They may also work for Solaris, assuming you are running a reasonably recent version of KDE or Gnome on Solaris. There is also lm-sensors (or lmsensors) which monitor system sensors, and a number of tools that interface with that to get/display such information. I would suggest that you pay a visit to the user forums on the Oracle Solaris web site for more information specific for Solaris.
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    MilaX Blog Archive Torsmo and Conky monitors

    Pragmatic Revelations : Solaris

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    Basically i am looking for a utility which provide the CPU temperature from console mode.

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