[CentOS] Alarming (?) smartd reports

nate centos at linuxpowered.net
Thu Sep 11 18:15:43 UTC 2008


MHR wrote:

> I was going to laugh this off 'cuz how many manufacturers support
> Linux, but I was pleasantly surprised, twice, when I found that a)
> Seagate does and b) the seatools for Linux produced no errors on the
> long test.

I wasn't aware there was a seatools for Linux, I meant to refer to
the bootable versions of the tools that run outside of any OS.

But perhaps the vendor tools have improved and can reliably detect
faults from within an OS, it's been several years since I've had to
use them.

nate



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