[PLUTO-help] Temperatura HDD spettacolare

Paolo Ornati ornati a fastwebnet.it
Lun 15 Ott 2007 14:49:54 CEST


On Mon, 15 Oct 2007 14:04:18 +0200
minopausa <minopausa a gmail.com> wrote:

> Salve a tutti,
> 
> oggi ho installato hddtemp per rilevare la temperatura del mio hard-disk
> Samsung SV1204H. Ecco cosa ne pensa il software:
> 
> minopausa a desktop:~$ sudo hddtemp /dev/hda
> /dev/hda: SAMSUNG SV1204H: 214C
> 
> Ditemi voi...

non ci vedo niente di strano, devi solo "ringraziare" la mancata
standardizzazione ;)

http://www.guzu.net/linux/hddtemp.php

"hddtemp is a small utility that gives you the temperature of your hard
drive by reading S.M.A.R.T. informations (for drives that support this
feature). Note: only recent hard drives have a temperature sensor.

The temperature information seems to be vendor specific (i.e. not
standardized). So hddtemp comes with a file (hddtemp.db) that contains
informations about drives that were reported to work with hddtemp."

I can‘t verify each drive of each manufacturer by myself, so I need
users to report which drive seems to work and which seems not to work.
The better way, is to go to the website of the manufacturer of your
drive and search for tools that could show you this information (some
works under DOS or Windows and some are floppy images)."


-- 
	Paolo Ornati
	Linux 2.6.23 on x86_64



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