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Manual Reference Pages  -  HEALTHDC (8)

NAME

healthdc - Motherboard "health" monitor

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Options

SYNOPSIS

healthdc [-H|h] [-P port] [-V] [-d] [-t|v] [host ...]

DESCRIPTION

This program provides a facility to read the current values from local and remote healthd(8) programs. This allows monitoring of all networked computers for critical hardware failures. Healthdc can be run from other programs or scripts to automatically log the current values and watch for trends.

OPTIONS

The following command line options are available.
-H HTML Output. This will produce a full HTML page with a table for each host specified on the command line.
-P port
  Use a different port then the default 1281. This is a different port than previous versions. The older versions used 9669, however 1281 is the official port number.
-V Display the current version and exit.
-d Display extra debugging info. Not implemented yet.
-h HTML output, without headers. This functions in a similar fashion to -H except the output is missing the <HTML>, <HEAD>, and <BODY> start and end tags. This is intended to be used within another HTML page.
-t Display the output in a tab delimited line. The order of the output is hostname, temp1, temp2, temp3, fan1, fan2, fan3, Vcore1, Vcore2, 3volt, +5Volt, +12Volt, -12Volt and -5Volt.
-v This displays a comma delimited list with all stats about each of the monitored parameters. This includes, in addition to the current value, whether it is active, the number of out-of-bounds readings, if a failure has been logged and if a warning has been logged. The order of the output is hostname, temp1, temp2, temp3, fan1, fan2, fan3, Vcore1, Vcore2, 3volt, +5Volt, +12Volt, -12Volt and -5Volt.
host ...
  The host, or hosts, to get the current readings from. If not specified localhost is used.
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