[cgl_discussion] Serviceability reqs SMT 7.1 - 7.7
terence.chen at intel.com
Tue Dec 13 12:44:12 PST 2005
At OSDL CGL site, there is set of development guidelines information.
You might find useful information there.
You can click on the development guideline subsection for each spec
>From: cgl_discussion-bounces at lists.osdl.org [mailto:cgl_discussion-
>bounces at lists.osdl.org] On Behalf Of Mahesh Kallanagoudar
>Sent: Tuesday, December 13, 2005 11:46 AM
>To: Corey Minyard
>Cc: cgl_discussion at lists.osdl.org
>Subject: Re: [cgl_discussion] Serviceability reqs SMT 7.1 - 7.7
>Thanks for your response.
>CKRM provides monitoring for CPU, memory and network
>bandwidth. So IPMI/CKRM should satisfy the
>requirements, except for the weakness in IPMI event
>The other option is to use pcp (performance co-pilot).
>But you have to write PMDAs for various boards you
>would want to support.
>Also pcp doesnt interface with HPI.
>I would appreciate your suggestion on which approach
>would be the best.
>Also I found that OSDL has done some enhancements to
>PCP. Is there any way I could download that?
>--- Corey Minyard <cminyard at mvista.com> wrote:
>> Mahesh Kallanagoudar wrote:
>> >It is specified in SMT7.1 - 7.7 that a frame work
>> >Diagnostics and Resource monitoring needs to be
>> >implemented. Resource include temperature, voltage,
>> >power etc..
>> >IPMI provides SDRs and Event logging/alerting for
>> >these resources.
>> >I am wondering why there is a separate requirement
>> >apart from IPMI?
>> >Or does IPMI satisfy this requirement? What is the
>> >need to implement something like performance
>> Resources also include things like free memory,
>> ethernet bandwidth, and
>> other things that IPMI has no idea about. Plus the
>> IPMI eventing
>> mechanism is very weak for reporting anything but
>> IPMI events.
>> >I would appreciate a quick response.
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