envmond - Environmental Monitoring daemon
Environmental Monitoring provides a means of detecting system threshold conditions, that if exceeded, could result in a loss of data or damage to the system itself. Using the envmond daemon, thresholds levels can be checked and corrective action can ensue before any damage occurs.
The envmond daemon performs the following: Queries the system for exceeded threshold levels. Broadcasts a message to users warning of high threshold conditions or fan failure, and suggests corrective action. Sends a message to users when a high temperature condition has been resolved. Notifies all users that an orderly shutdown is to be initiated if recovery is not possible.
To enable Environmental Monitoring, the envmond daemon must be started during the system boot, but after the eSNMP and Server System MIB agents have started. Before starting Environmental Monitoring, a system check is performed. If the system hardware does not support Environmental Monitoring, the envmond daemon and Server System MIB are not started.
You can customize, start, and stop the envmond daemon using the envconfig utility. For more information, see the envconfig reference page.
A database that contains the values of the Environmental Monitoring variables.
Utilities: envconfig(8) delim off