I'm testing SMART support on some Compact Flash cards. After running smartctl -A on my card I'm getting the output below (also available here: http://pastebin.com/BX8GcLCX). The UPDATED column says ...
I have an external HDD which does not report SMART information properly (it gives nonsense results). As such, the smartd daemon (part of smartmontools) keeps giving false alarms on how the device ...
I have a server with three identical SATA/600 3TB drives: /dev/sda, /dev/sdb, /dev/sdc. The drives are partitioned, using GPT with three partitions each: 1 MB: Reserved partition for boot loader 1 ...
An excerpt from smartd manpage reads: -l FACILITY, --logfacility=FACILITY Uses syslog facility FACILITY to log the messages from smartd. Here FACILITY is one of local0, local1, ..., local7, or ...
The tl;dr: how would I go about fixing a bad block on 1 disk in a RAID1 array? But please read this whole thing for what I've tried already and possible errors in my methods. I've tried to be as ...
I have started read-scan the disk using: smartctl -t select,10-11 -t afterselect,on -t pending,45 /dev/sda It seems, however, it kills the disk performance. I had expected that the read-scan would ...