This question is tightly linked to : Safe FreeBSD test on system running debian with zpools
I have a quite exotic (I mean not an HP or Dell etc...) tyan motherboard with a bad regulation system. I can make my way with it under linux with pwncontrol.
During the time I accepted enduring the noise I tried a few things, but I felt like reading fan speed and writing fan power was quite impossible. It uses a winbond sensor chipset : w83793-i2c-0-2f. Coretemp info where available
This hardware is from 2010 and is server hardware so I assumed it would not be a problem to run freebsd on it.
Does anyone encounter the same issues ? I've heard of mbmon and healthd but if I can't access the device, what's there to regulate?
I guess the answer : this hardware is not supported, deal with it would be acceptable as long it's the reality.
I'm also aware of electrical solutions to hack the supplied voltage to the fan but I'd rather avoid that