Disk noises and Tyan S2468UGN
hahn at physics.mcmaster.ca
Mon Sep 16 07:24:12 PDT 2002
> > why do you think there's some OS specificity? afaikt, the results
> > would be reflected in SMART, which is most definitely available under Linux.
> i may be misunderstanding... is there a way of logging this under linux
> > (software package, kernel patch?) or is this simply a bios-type message
> > that will go into syslog automatically?
huh? smartsuite contains smartd which queries your smart-capable drives
and logs changes in parameters to syslog. I don't know why you call this
"bios-type" though, since bios and syslog never meet. the kernel is only
ah, peripherally involved.
> i've done a search for smart and linux and found very little.
hmm, of the top 4 hits for "smart linux disk" on google,
I get three relevant sites. here's the tar:
as far as I know, smartctl's self-test controls give you the equivalent
of IBM's DFT.
regards, mark hahn.
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