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Date:      Thu, 07 Nov 2013 15:34:39 +0100
From:      Andrei Brezan <andrei693@gmail.com>
To:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: i have some problem
Message-ID:  <527BA4FF.1020506@gmail.com>
In-Reply-To: <CALfReyf_o+s-M+i-qRN=rVeKDLCpdiar7rxLbLKYaYkyyVdEJw@mail.gmail.com>
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On 11/07/13 13:14, krad wrote:
> as other posts have said you are abstracted from the physical disks as you
> have a raid controller, therefore smart is unavailable directly from the
> os. The raid controller itself  will monitor the drives health,  which may
> or may not include smart. However to get this health information you will
> have to talk the the raid card. As you seem to have an LSI controller, try
> installing megacli and then have a loog at the following command
>
> MegaCli -PDList -aALL
>
>
>
> On 7 November 2013 07:28, นายมงคลวิชญ เผือกขาว (ภัส) <
> mongkonwit_phu@winner.co.th> wrote:
>
>> we use smartctl -a /dev/da0
>> but can not check HDD so i would like to know about problem.
>>
>> Detail of smartctl 6.0
>>
>> smartctl 6.0 2012-10-10 r3643 [FreeBSD 9.1-RELEASE amd64] (local build)
>> Copyright (coffee) 2002-12, Bruce Allen, Christian Franke,
>> www.smartmontools.org
>>
>> Vendor:               LSI
>> Product:              Logical Volume
>> Revision:             3000
>> User Capacity:        291,999,055,872 bytes [291 GB]
>> Logical block size:   512 bytes
>> Logical Unit id:      0x600508e000000000848d5098fa521d01
>> Device type:          disk
>> Local Time is:        Thu Nov  7 14:11:55 2013 ICT
>> Device does not support SMART
>>
>> Error Counter logging not supported
>> Device does not support Self Test logging
>>
>> we use raid card is pile 2008 setup raid 10
>>
>> it is detail raid card
>> http://www.asus.com/Commercial_Servers_Workstations/PIKE_2008/
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You should run pciconf -lv and search for you raid card. You can use 
that output with dmesg.boot and find out what driver is used for your 
raid card.
If you are using LSI with mfi driver load mfip.ko module and run 
'smartctl -a /dev/passX'

Hope it helps,
Andrei



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