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Viewing SMART data for a hard drive

Hello,

Is there a way to view the smart data on a hard drive? I know OneFS has certain protocols to detect drive failure, but it would be nice to be able to get a report on a drive's health. On a regular Linux/BSD box, I can just use smartctl, but that's not available one OneFS.

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Re: Viewing SMART data for a hard drive

The isi_radish command is used to display various drive parameters, and can also perform some operations that you want to be careful with. The -a flag is used to dump SMART data of a drive.

isi_radish -a /dev/da32 for example, will show bay 32 on a Gen4/Gen5 node.

isi_radish -a /dev/da22 should show the last bay on a Gen6 A2000 node.

HTH!

-Yama

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Re: Viewing SMART data for a hard drive

Thanks! This is what I was looking for.

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