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Hallo, I want to standby my SCSI drives in my server. With a IDE drive I can use the "hdparm -S" command. How can I do the same for a SCSI drive? Best regards Ralph -- ================================================== ========== Ralph Stens email : [email]ralph.stensr-stens.de[/email] ================================================== ==========...

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    Default standby for SCSI drives


    Hallo,

    I want to standby my SCSI drives in my server. With a IDE
    drive I can use the "hdparm -S" command. How can I do the
    same for a SCSI drive?

    Best regards

    Ralph

    --
    ================================================== ==========
    Ralph Stens
    email : [email]ralph.stensr-stens.de[/email]
    ================================================== ==========


    Ralph Stens Guest

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    Default Re: standby for SCSI drives

    On Fri, 12 Sep 2003 09:29:11 +0200, Ralph Stens <ralph.stensr-stens.de> wrote:
    >
    > Hallo,
    >
    > I want to standby my SCSI drives in my server. With a IDE
    > drive I can use the "hdparm -S" command. How can I do the
    > same for a SCSI drive?
    short answer: no

    do a google search for scsi spindown. Last I heard, it couldn't be used
    on a scsi drive containing a swap partition.
    TCS Guest

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    Default Re: standby for SCSI drives

    Ralph Stens wrote:
     

    Not by a user program I know, though the SCSI protocol itself supports
    START/STOP commands that can be used for right that.

    So long,
    Thomas

    Thomas Guest

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