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From: Manish Thakur <>
Subject: x86 power state cheak in the [phosphor-fan-presence] for sensor monitor .
Date: Tue, 13 Jul 2021 20:40:19 +0530	[thread overview]
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We are using Slot PowerCycle to check the power state that is inclusive of
BMC , if Bmc is Power off what is the use of checking the power state of
Slot power ? In this case can you please suggest how we can implement the
power state for x86 or either (some compiler option of configuration to
disable power state check). Any suggestions will be  appreciated.

openBmc Team.
Hcl technologies

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