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Re: "One or more disks are failing" ?



> > Filesystems (see "man badblocks") and the hard-disk
> itself protect against
> > a first bunch of errors that can only be worked around
> by reallocating/ignoring
> > sectors. Until the hardware failures become fatal all
> of a sudden. Hence
> > an early warning can be helpful.
> 
> Well that make sense, I'm questioning the accuracy of the
> waring I
> guess. :)
> 
> Thanks!
> 
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Scott(AngryKeyboarder)

Sometime ago I was Angry and posted a Bugzilla over here:

https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=498115

I saw the warning on two/three machines and I ran the tools that they asked me.  I disabled the warning  by going to startup sessions on one machine and on the other I moved to KDE.  That way I got not see that error message which BTW (Is a bunch of BULL$HIT)  IF my drives were failing they would have died by now, I did have one die, but I did not even get the warning it just DIED :( 

Add stuff/enhance the bugzilla.  

Regards,

Antonio 


      


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