It seems Matthew Jacob wrote:
I have experimented a bit with it for ATA disks, and have some very
rough code to deal with simple SMART commands, but nothing official
yet. However it is on my TODO list for items to support in the not
too distant future, its more a question of me having time to implement
it properly in a way I can live with :)
What is it more precisely you want support for ? please keep in mind
that lots of the usefull stuff in SMART is vendor specific...
> There was some talk about it. There was some notion of trying to incorporate
> it with the existing SES/SAFTE driver, for example. But then that foundered on
> the issue of CAM not supporting ATAPI yet. I believe Soren has a more
> definitive answer than this tho.
> Actually, hackers is where more of the bleeding wedge stuff is.
> On Fri, 5 Oct 2001, Sean Kelly wrote:
> > Since nobody answered me on -questions, I thought I'd try here since this
> > is the active bed of development.
> > Does anybody know if there is planend or active development for S.M.A.R.T.
> > monitoring of IDE/SCSI hard drives? I would think this would be a
> > desirable feature for small server environments, which FreeBSD is used for
> > a lot.
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