Re: Question about smartd temp. readings.

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On Mon, 2008-11-17 at 10:15 +0100, Erik P. Olsen wrote:
> I've noticed in logwatch the following smartd readings of hard disk temperature:
> 
>  /dev/sda :
>     Usage: Temperature_Celsius (194) changed to
>       171, 161, 157, 161, 157, 161, 157, 152, 157, 152, 157, 161,
>       157, 152, 157, 152, 157, 152, 157,
> 
>  /dev/sdb :
>     Usage: Temperature_Celsius (194) changed to
>       157, 148, 144, 141, 144, 141, 144, 141,
> 
> Is this really Celcius degrees? To me it looks more like Fahrenheit. If it
> indeed is Celecius it won't take long before the disks melt down :-(
> 
Those look too high for F degrees also.
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