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SubjectRe: hdparm standby timeout not working for WD raptors?
On 10/11/07, Mark Lord <> wrote:
> What do you get when you try this:
> hdparm -S1 -C /dev/sda;sleep 6; hdparm -C /dev/sda
> ??

Thanks for taking an interest.

I ran the commands and got the result shown
below. Anything else you want me to try?

# hdparm -S1 -C /dev/sda; sleep 6; hdparm -C /dev/sda

setting standby to 1 (5 seconds)
drive state is: active/idle

drive state is: active/idle

Should I give sdparm a shot?
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