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#47 fixed strange disk count when dealing with external cciss arrays somebody anonymous

I have 2 MSA arrays off of my system, each with 28 disks. I also have the internal smart array on my system, with a variable number of disks.

When I run my smartctl, I do have to enter -d cciss,{disk_number} /dev/cciss/cXd0. This is expected and makes sense to me, somewhat.

Running smartctl -d cciss,7 gets me the 8th disk in the array from controller 0, as I understand it (cciss,0-7 all return good values). This makes sense to me, too.

The next controller starts the weirdness. Running smartctl -d cciss,28 /dev/cciss/c1d0 gets me the 28th disk of the first external array (I think). I get values for cciss,0-28, which means I get 29 values from 28 disks. Then, running smartctl -d cciss,29 /dev/cciss/c2d0 gets me the 28th disk of the second external array (again, I think). I get values for cciss,0-29, meaning I get 30 values for 28 disks.

My assumption is that some of these are actually reporting on, say, the bus of the array, not just the disks. So, how can I know what is disk response, and what isn't?

#49 fixed cciss bug smartd/smartd with more than 15 devices Christian Franke Alex Keda

with 5.38 I have good working filez1# smartctl -a --device=cciss,20 /dev/ciss0 smartctl version 5.38 [i386-portbld-freebsd6.3] Copyright (C) 2002-8 Bruce Allen Home page is

Device: HP DF0300B8053 Version: HPD4 Serial number: 3QP16VEE00009935XQ0P Device type: disk Transport protocol: SAS Local Time is: Thu Feb 4 17:05:15 2010 MSK Device supports SMART and is Enabled Temperature Warning Enabled SMART Health Status: OK

with 5.39 I have it: filez1# smartctl -a --device=cciss,20 /dev/ciss0 smartctl 5.39 2009-12-09 r2995 [FreeBSD 6.3-RELEASE-p9 i386] (local build) Copyright (C) 2002-9 by Bruce Allen,

/dev/ciss0: Option -d cciss,N (N=20) must have 0 <= N <= 15 =======> VALID ARGUMENTS ARE: ata, scsi, sat[,N][+TYPE], usbcypress[,X], usbjmicron[,x][,N], usbsunplus, 3ware,N, hpt,L/M/N, cciss,N, test <=======

Use smartctl -h to get a usage summary


filez1# uname -a FreeBSD filez1.moskb.local 6.3-RELEASE-p9 FreeBSD 6.3-RELEASE-p9 #0: Thu Apr 16 21:11:30 MSD 2009 lissyara@…:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/SMP i386 filez1#

#50 fixed Error Recovery Control querrying and setting Christian Franke wmene@…

On November 20, 2009, Richard Gregory submitted a patch to the smartmontools support list to get and set Error Recovery Control parameters

which he describes on his page here:

It would be nice if smartmontools would incorporate this into their official build. As Richard stated, ERC is defined as a sub command of SMART Command Transport.

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