TORRESP at nv.doe.gov
Wed May 19 20:26:15 UTC 2004
Thanks, that fixed the problem....
From: Randy Kelsoe [mailto:randykel at swbell.net]
Sent: Wednesday, May 19, 2004 10:16 AM
To: For users of Fedora Core releases
Subject: Re: smartd failed?
Torres, Peter wrote:
>I get the same message, and I checked my BIOS and SMART is enabled.
Enabling SMART in BIOS does a SMART check on the drive when the machine
is powered on. If the drive fails, the BIOS may ignore it. You can have
SMART disabled in BIOS and still have smartd run. Check your
/etc/smartd.conf file and make sure the disks defined there match what
you actually have in your system.
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