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Orange Pi One temperature wrong


klaute
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Hello,

 

I'm running Armbian on a Orange pi one.

 

In htop I found out that the CPU temperature is not correct.

So I tried to figure out what happens. The CPU is define not as hot as the value says.

 

For me it looks line that the factor is about 2.

 

I just wanted to inform about it.

I can also deliver more information if required and also support to debug...

 

I started the following commands for verification.

 

$ cat /sys/devices/virtual/thermal/thermal_zone0/temp

63809

 

$ armbianmonitor -m

Running unprivileged. CPU frequency will not be displayed.

Stop monitoring using [ctrl]-[c]

Time        CPU    load %cpu %sys %usr %nice %io %irq   CPU  C.St.

 

13:02:16:   ---      0.00   0%   0%   0%   0%   0%   0% 63,0°C  0/4

13:02:21:   ---      0.00   1%   0%   0%   0%   0%   0% 64,7°C  0/4

 

$ cat /etc/armbian-release

# PLEASE DO NOT EDIT THIS FILE

BOARD=orangepione

BOARD_NAME="Orange Pi One"

BOARDFAMILY=sun8i

BUILD_REPOSITORY_URL=https://github.com/armbian/build

BUILD_REPOSITORY_COMMIT=03d2395d37

VERSION=22.05.1

LINUXFAMILY=sunxi

ARCH=arm

IMAGE_TYPE=stable

BOARD_TYPE=conf

INITRD_ARCH=arm

KERNEL_IMAGE_TYPE=stable

BRANCH=current

 

$ uname -a

Linux orangepione 5.15.43-sunxi #22.05.1 SMP Sat May 28 08:17:47 UTC 2022 armv7l GNU/Linux

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Are you perfectly sure that the SoC is not as hot as htop tells?

I have an OPi1 with the same kernel but Buster as userspace and temperature is normal.

 

Btw. it is Armbian, not Arabian :P

 

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I fixed the typo 😉

 

I tried to measure the temperature. Both of the two thermometer gave me about 30 degree celsius.

But they are not intendet to measure SoC's.

 

Maybe I find another way to measure it.

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