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SubjectRe: SMART-ide how???
On Mon, 10 Aug 1998, paul wrote:

# hi!
# how can i ***internpret*** the S.M.A.R.T values in /proc/.../smart_values ???
#
# is there any graphical toolkit in tcl/tk or some script to bring meaning
# into the hex values?

I didn't even know that was there :) It looks like it's basically a stream
of info that the drive is sending itself (not some sort of kernel-level
interpretation of data or anything).

So I wenta looking for the info on the net. The closest I could find was
that the specs were published by the Small Form Factor Committee as
document SFF-8035.

I couldn't, however, locate that sucker anyplace. If you do, let me know,
I'll play with userspace utilities for it.


G'day!

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