startind smartD [failed]
michal at harddata.com
Tue Mar 21 19:04:27 UTC 2006
On Tue, Mar 21, 2006 at 07:02:11PM +0100, LarryT wrote:
> it doesn't make any change :(
> [root at ws044 ~]# smartd-conf.py
That writes on stdout; so if you used commands like you show
then no change is not so surprising. A suggestion was
'smartd-conf.py >/etc/smartd.conf' which is something different
than the above.
There is also possibilty that you have to turn on SMART capabilities
on a device or devices - if such capabilities are indeed present.
See 'man smartctl' and there option '-s' in particular. If you
have disks which do not support SMART then do not include these in
/etc/smartd.conf or you will always get failures.
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