In addition to logging to a file, smartd can also be configured to send email warnings if problems are detected.Depending upon the type of problem, you may want to run self-tests on the disk, back up the disk, replace the disk, or use a manufacturer's utility to force reallocation of bad or unreadable disk sectors.If ' ' is specified, then the new entries prepend the built in entries.
You can use smartctl instead: -0/--auto-off: use "smartctl --offlineauto=off" -1/--auto-on: use "smartctl --offlineauto=on" -i/--immediate: use "smartctl --test=offline" Send email to [email protected] you have questions regarding use of this software.
Description See how to check blood glucose and get started with the Accu-Chek Aviva Plus system featuring the black blood glucose meter.
It does not contain info specific to other platforms.] smartd is a daemon that monitors the Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology (SMART) system built into many ATA-3 and later ATA, IDE and SCSI-3 hard drives.
The purpose of SMART is to monitor the reliability of the hard drive and predict drive failures, and to carry out different types of drive self-tests.
If disk problems are detected, please see the smartctl manual page and the smartmontools web page/FAQ for further guidance.
If you send a USR1 signal to smartd it will immediately check the status of the disks, and then return to polling the disks every 30 minutes. smartd can be configured at start-up using the configuration file /etc/(Windows: EXEDIR/smartd.conf).
] [-v] Options: -h, --help Print detailed help screen -V, --version Print version information --extra-opts=[section][@file] Read options from an ini file. -d, --device=DEVICE Select device DEVICE Note: if the device is specified without this option, any further option will be ignored.
-v, --verbose Show details for command-line debugging (output may be truncated by the monitoring system) Notes: The SMART command modes (-i/--immediate, -0/--auto-off and -1/--auto-on) were broken in an underhand manner and have been disabled.
This is useful for commands like: Runs smartd in "debug" mode.
In this mode, it displays status information to STDOUT rather than logging it to SYSLOG and does not fork(2) into the background and detach from the controlling terminal.
This meter requires no coding, for fewer steps in blood glucose testing.