Monitor for S.M.A.R.T. Disks and Devices

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SMARTmontools controls and monitors storage devices using the
Self-Monitoring, Analysis, and Reporting Technology System (S.M.A.R.T.)
built into ATA, SATA and SCSI Hard Drives. This is used to check the
hard drive reliability and to predict drive failures. The suite
contains two utilities. The first, smartctl, is a command line utility
designed to perform simple S.M.A.R.T. tasks. The second, smartd, is a
daemon that periodically monitors the smart status and reports errors
to syslog. The package is compatible with the ATA/ATAPI-3 to -7
specification. The package is intended to incorporate as much "vendor
specific" and "reserved" information as possible about disk drives. The
commands man smartctl and man smartd will provide more information.

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Source Files
Filename Size Changed
smartd-service-novm.patch 0000000357 357 Bytes
smartmontools-6.2.tar.gz 0000791427 773 KB
smartmontools-6.2.tar.gz.asc 0000000487 487 Bytes
smartmontools-default-enabled.patch 0000000356 356 Bytes
smartmontools-nobuild-date.patch 0000000658 658 Bytes
smartmontools-removable.patch 0000001050 1.03 KB
smartmontools-rpmlintrc 0000000256 256 Bytes
smartmontools-var-lock-subsys.patch 0000000399 399 Bytes
smartmontools.changes 0000025771 25.2 KB 0000001732 1.69 KB
smartmontools.keyring 0000001200 1.17 KB
smartmontools.spec 0000006528 6.38 KB
smartmontools.sysconfig 0000001378 1.35 KB
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