Scott R. Ehrlich
scott at MIT.EDU
Sat Aug 30 12:19:27 UTC 2008
If using Linux, smart runs as a daemon and watches all drives. What I've
done is create a cron job that searches /var/log/messages for the word
smart and emails me the result. If I get a blank message, no drive
The following url has a sample of what /var/log/messages might show if
smart has something to report:
On Sat, 30 Aug 2008, Mag Gam wrote:
> Thankyou Anne.
> I just installed this and its seems to work. I am behind a RAID
> controller so hopefully anyone with cciss drivers can shed some light.
> I am able to see my logical devices but I have 6 drives per logical
> device. I would like to see all 12 drive status if possible.
> On Sat, Aug 30, 2008 at 6:11 AM, Anne Wilson <cannewilson at googlemail.com> wrote:
>> On Saturday 30 August 2008 09:57:10 Richard Karhuse wrote:
>>> smartmontools Home Page
>>> Welcome! This is the home page for the smartmontools package.
>> I use this, and it's worth noting that it can be run on windows boxes, too.
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