jayashree-d at hcl.com
Tue Dec 29 16:03:30 AEDT 2020
Thanks Thu Nguyen for your response.
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On 12/24/20 22:53, Jayashree D wrote:
Is there a way to get the details of sensor events like crossed threshold/fault etc from any other service running on bmc (ex. phosphor-led-manager).
Please provide your inputs/suggestions on this.
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You can create the signal to monitor the properties of the sensor DBus object such as the threshold warning/errors.
When there is any event in signal properties the call back function will be called.
Then you can get the detail of sensor event.
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