The default location for these SYSLOG notifications and warnings is system-dependent (typically /var/log/messages or /var/log/syslog).To change this default location, please see the '-l' command-line option described below.This meter requires no coding, for fewer steps in blood glucose testing.
The easy-to-handle strip fills quickly at any point along the tip with only a tiny drop, and more than 150 system integrity checks help detect and prevent unreliable results.
[This man page is generated for the Linux version of smartmontools.
It does not contain info specific to other platforms.] smartd is a daemon that monitors the Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology (SMART) system built into many ATA-3 and later ATA, IDE and SCSI-3 hard drives.
The purpose of SMART is to monitor the reliability of the hard drive and predict drive failures, and to carry out different types of drive self-tests.
If disk problems are detected, please see the smartctl manual page and the smartmontools web page/FAQ for further guidance.
If you send a USR1 signal to smartd it will immediately check the status of the disks, and then return to polling the disks every 30 minutes. smartd can be configured at start-up using the configuration file /etc/(Windows: EXEDIR/smartd.conf).
Please use CONTROL-\ to exit Prints a list (to STDOUT) of all the possible Directives which may appear in the configuration file /etc/smartd.conf, and then exits.
These Directives are also described later in this man page.
Thus, '-c /etc/smartd.conf' can be used to verify the existence of the default configuration file.
By using '-' for FILE, the configuration is read from standard input.
If ' ' is specified, then the new entries prepend the built in entries.