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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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Try the following as root, if your hardware has an on-board temperature sensor, the temperature will be reported.  Systems such as E220, E450 have the required hardware.  

  #  /usr/platform/`arch -k`/sbin/prtdiag -v

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It is sun netra servers.I have already tried prtdiag -v and it does not show temperature.I will check in the docs whther sensor for temp is there or not.

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