[mythtv-users] Needs second opinion, is my HD failing?
gull at gull.us
Tue Mar 10 21:42:10 UTC 2009
John Drescher wrote:
> I will check in to that. Seems a lot better than the smart pass or
> fail as I have yet to see a drive be marked bad by smart but I have
> had dozens go bad between home and work.
I've seen it once or twice, but you're right -- a lot of drives fail
without a peep from SMART. It can still be useful as a subjective
indicator of drive health, though -- a drive with a lot of reallocated
sectors is probably not doing as well as one with only a handful, for
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