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How to see the temperature of system

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How can we see the temperature of the system. Is there a command avilable.
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Check with prttconf -v
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install Solstice SyMON Software
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prtconf does not give temperature.I could not try another option. I used prtdiag -v and it gave me the the temperatures as following :-


System Temperatures (Celsius):
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      CPU0    44
       MB0    34
       MB1    30
       PDB    31
      SCSI    27

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Anyway thanks for your suggessions.
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