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  • caligula
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    "Up until now you needed the NVMe user-space utilities installed and generally had to run it as root in order to see drive temperatures"

    Or smartctl:

    $ sudo smartctl --all /dev/nvme0n1|grep Temp
    Warning Comp. Temp. Threshold: 77 Celsius
    Critical Comp. Temp. Threshold: 79 Celsius
    Temperature: 45 Celsius
    Warning Comp. Temperature Time: 0
    Critical Comp. Temperature Time: 0
    Temperature Sensor 1: 45 Celsius
    Temperature Sensor 2: 49 Celsius

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  • Danny3
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    I hope that the Ubuntu kernel team they will enable this soon.

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  • AsuMagic
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    ... Just days before my NVMe SSD ships. How convenient.

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  • 144Hz
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    Awesome!

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  • Linux 5.5 Block Changes Include NVMe Temperature Monitoring, Optimizations

    Phoronix: Linux 5.5 Block Changes Include NVMe Temperature Monitoring, Optimizations

    The Linux 5.5 block changes landed earlier this week with a wide variety of driver and core improvements. There are some I/O optimizations to make the pull exciting as well as the NVMe HWMON drive temperature reporting integration...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...-Block-Changes
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