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Re: startind smartD [failed]



Michal, i am sorry, but you didn't read what i wrote :-/
Please, have a look again at the attachement
(i have put @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ at the right place :))

---------> i tried many things ;)
larry

Michal Jaegermann wrote:
On Tue, Mar 21, 2006 at 07:02:11PM +0100, LarryT wrote:

Thx;
it doesn't make any change :(

....

[root 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.

   Michal


--
Larry
"Computers are like air conditioners - They stop working properly when
you open Windows !"

[root ws044 ~]# cp /etc/smartd.conf /etc/smartd.conf.backup
[root ws044 ~]# smart
smartctl        smartd          smartd-conf.py
[root ws044 ~]# smartd-conf.py
# /etc/smartd.conf

# Sample configuration file for smartd.  See man 5 smartd.conf.
# Home page is: http://smartmontools.sourceforge.net

# The file gives a list of devices to monitor using smartd, with one
# device per line. Text after a hash (#) is ignored, and you may use
# spaces and tabs for white space. You may use '\' to continue lines.

# You can usually identify which hard disks are on your system by
# looking in /proc/ide and in /proc/scsi.

# The word DEVICESCAN will cause any remaining lines in this
# configuration file to be ignored: it tells smartd to scan for all
# ATA and SCSI devices.  DEVICESCAN may be followed by any of the
# Directives listed below, which will be applied to all devices that
# are found.  Most users should comment out DEVICESCAN and explicitly
# list the devices that they wish to monitor.
# DEVICESCAN

# First (primary) ATA/IDE hard disk.  Monitor all attributes
# /dev/hda -a

# Monitor SMART status, ATA Error Log, Self-test log, and track
# changes in all attributes except for attribute 194
# /dev/hdb -H -l error -l selftest -t -I 194

# A very silent check.  Only report SMART health status if it fails
# But send an email in this case
/dev/hda -H -m root
/dev/hdb -H -m root
/dev/hde -H -m root
/dev/sda -d ata -H -m root

# First two SCSI disks.  This will monitor everything that smartd can
# monitor.
# /dev/sda -d scsi
# /dev/sdb -d scsi

# HERE IS A LIST OF DIRECTIVES FOR THIS CONFIGURATION FILE
#   -d TYPE Set the device type to one of: ata, scsi
#   -T TYPE set the tolerance to one of: normal, permissive
#   -o VAL  Enable/disable automatic offline tests (on/off)
#   -S VAL  Enable/disable attribute autosave (on/off)
#   -H      Monitor SMART Health Status, report if failed
#   -l TYPE Monitor SMART log.  Type is one of: error, selftest
#   -f      Monitor for failure of any 'Usage' Attributes
#   -m ADD  Send warning email to ADD for -H, -l error, -l selftest, and -f
#   -M TYPE Modify email warning behavior (see man page)
#   -p      Report changes in 'Prefailure' Normalized Attributes
#   -u      Report changes in 'Usage' Normalized Attributes
#   -t      Equivalent to -p and -u Directives
#   -r ID   Also report Raw values of Attribute ID with -p, -u or -t
#   -R ID   Track changes in Attribute ID Raw value with -p, -u or -t
#   -i ID   Ignore Attribute ID for -f Directive
#   -I ID   Ignore Attribute ID for -p, -u or -t Directive
#   -v N,ST Modifies labeling of Attribute N (see man page)
#   -a      Default: equivalent to -H -f -t -l error -l selftest
#   -F TYPE Use firmware bug workaround. Type is one of: none, samsung
#   -P TYPE Drive-specific presets: use, ignore, show, showall
#    #      Comment: text after a hash sign is ignored
#    \      Line continuation character
# Attribute ID is a decimal integer 1 <= ID <= 255
# All but -d, -m and -M Directives are only implemented for ATA devices
#
# If the test string DEVICESCAN is the first uncommented text
# then smartd will scan for devices /dev/hd[a-l] and /dev/sd[a-z]
# DEVICESCAN may be followed by any desired Directives.
@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@
[root ws044 ~]# smartd-conf.py >/etc/smartd.conf
[root ws044 ~]# service smartd restart
Shutting down smartd:                                      [FAILED]
Starting smartd:                                           [FAILED]
[root ws044 ~]# smartd-conf.py
# /etc/smartd.conf

# Sample configuration file for smartd.  See man 5 smartd.conf.
# Home page is: http://smartmontools.sourceforge.net

# The file gives a list of devices to monitor using smartd, with one
# device per line. Text after a hash (#) is ignored, and you may use
# spaces and tabs for white space. You may use '\' to continue lines.

# You can usually identify which hard disks are on your system by
# looking in /proc/ide and in /proc/scsi.

# The word DEVICESCAN will cause any remaining lines in this
# configuration file to be ignored: it tells smartd to scan for all
# ATA and SCSI devices.  DEVICESCAN may be followed by any of the
# Directives listed below, which will be applied to all devices that
# are found.  Most users should comment out DEVICESCAN and explicitly
# list the devices that they wish to monitor.
# DEVICESCAN

# First (primary) ATA/IDE hard disk.  Monitor all attributes
# /dev/hda -a

# Monitor SMART status, ATA Error Log, Self-test log, and track
# changes in all attributes except for attribute 194
# /dev/hdb -H -l error -l selftest -t -I 194

# A very silent check.  Only report SMART health status if it fails
# But send an email in this case
/dev/hda -H -m root
/dev/hdb -H -m root
/dev/hde -H -m root
/dev/sda -d ata -H -m root

# First two SCSI disks.  This will monitor everything that smartd can
# monitor.
# /dev/sda -d scsi
# /dev/sdb -d scsi

# HERE IS A LIST OF DIRECTIVES FOR THIS CONFIGURATION FILE
#   -d TYPE Set the device type to one of: ata, scsi
#   -T TYPE set the tolerance to one of: normal, permissive
#   -o VAL  Enable/disable automatic offline tests (on/off)
#   -S VAL  Enable/disable attribute autosave (on/off)
#   -H      Monitor SMART Health Status, report if failed
#   -l TYPE Monitor SMART log.  Type is one of: error, selftest
#   -f      Monitor for failure of any 'Usage' Attributes
#   -m ADD  Send warning email to ADD for -H, -l error, -l selftest, and -f
#   -M TYPE Modify email warning behavior (see man page)
#   -p      Report changes in 'Prefailure' Normalized Attributes
#   -u      Report changes in 'Usage' Normalized Attributes
#   -t      Equivalent to -p and -u Directives
#   -r ID   Also report Raw values of Attribute ID with -p, -u or -t
#   -R ID   Track changes in Attribute ID Raw value with -p, -u or -t
#   -i ID   Ignore Attribute ID for -f Directive
#   -I ID   Ignore Attribute ID for -p, -u or -t Directive
#   -v N,ST Modifies labeling of Attribute N (see man page)
#   -a      Default: equivalent to -H -f -t -l error -l selftest
#   -F TYPE Use firmware bug workaround. Type is one of: none, samsung
#   -P TYPE Drive-specific presets: use, ignore, show, showall
#    #      Comment: text after a hash sign is ignored
#    \      Line continuation character
# Attribute ID is a decimal integer 1 <= ID <= 255
# All but -d, -m and -M Directives are only implemented for ATA devices
#
# If the test string DEVICESCAN is the first uncommented text
# then smartd will scan for devices /dev/hd[a-l] and /dev/sd[a-z]
# DEVICESCAN may be followed by any desired Directives.
[root ws044 ~]# 


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