Re: Critical temperature reached, shutting down

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I re-installed FC12 last night after having to remove the hard drive from this machine. Got the same problem again. It goes away when I use "noacpi" and "noapm" on the kernel boot line. 

I still don't know which sensors is telling me that that critical temperature is being reached.

Any ideas?

On Sun, Jan 24, 2010 at 10:18 AM, Steve Malenfant <[email protected]> wrote:
I have an ECS board which triggers these Critical temperature alarm and them my system shuts down. This happens only in "yum update" but doesn't on video playback for hours.

Jan 14 14:06:19 localhost kernel: Critical temperature reached (127 C), shutting down.
Jan 14 14:06:19 localhost kernel: Critical temperature reached (127 C), shutting down.

The problem I have is that the CPU temp stays about 40C when this happens (using sensors) and can't find any temperature that goes higher in the sensors data.

Seems like a ACPI problem but the kernel log message has no details on which sensors is at 127 C. 

Is there a way to tell the kernel to be a bit more verbose on these?

Thanks.


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