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Eddiex666
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windows os temtrature sensor?

Post by Eddiex666 » Sun 01 Mar 2015, 16:47

Hi,

do any1 know about how to get the temprature from my windows pc into switchking?
Any agent?, app? read file? web?


I have a windows server and a switchking (windows server)
I would like to read CPU temp into switchking by remote

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Re: windows os temtrature sensor?

Post by Eddiex666 » Mon 02 Mar 2015, 12:09

So I got a god tips from jackslayter (from Domoticz forum) about a tool called - "Remote Sensor Monitor - A RESTful Web Server"
This is a nice tool that grab information from HWiNFO, GPU-Z, AIDA64 and (default) OpenHardwareMonitor.
(you will need dot.net 4.0)
http://www.hwinfo.com/forum/Thread-Intr ... Web-Server

Whit this, you can open a web portal on the client and get all the info from those tools.

You can tweek the info you want on the web portal by changing the sensor info inside eatch app or by filter it on the web portal by login to
http://a.b.c.d:55555/config

Now you will ses the data on a web portal in a "static" form... line nr, colume nr etc etc...
You can now get this info into switchking (witch I use), eventghost or Domoticz and pipe it into a variable.

Why do I want to see the temp of the computer?, good question... :-)
I would like to see The trends from temp in the server room, the power usage compared to the rest of the house.

example:
http://a.b.c.d:55555
[
{
"SensorApp": "Open Hardware Monitor",
"SensorClass": "Load",
"SensorName": "Intel Core i3 M 370: CPU Core #1",
"SensorValue": "8,620689",
"SensorUnit": "%",
"SensorUpdateTime": 0
},
{
"SensorApp": "Open Hardware Monitor",
"SensorClass": "Load",
"SensorName": "Intel Core i3 M 370: CPU Core #2",
"SensorValue": "41,37931",
"SensorUnit": "%",
"SensorUpdateTime": 0
},
{
"SensorApp": "Open Hardware Monitor",
"SensorClass": "Load",
"SensorName": "Intel Core i3 M 370: CPU Total",
"SensorValue": "25",
"SensorUnit": "%",
"SensorUpdateTime": 0
},
{
"SensorApp": "Open Hardware Monitor",
"SensorClass": "Temperature",
"SensorName": "Intel Core i3 M 370: CPU Core #1",
"SensorValue": "68",
"SensorUnit": "C",
"SensorUpdateTime": 0
},
{
"SensorApp": "Open Hardware Monitor",
"SensorClass": "Temperature",
"SensorName": "Intel Core i3 M 370: CPU Core #2",
"SensorValue": "66",
"SensorUnit": "C",
"SensorUpdateTime": 0

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