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How do I easily repair a single unreadable block on a Linux disk?

My Linux system has started throwing SMART errors in the syslog. I tracked it down and believe the problem is a single block on the disk. How do I go about easily getting the disk to reallocate that ...
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Is smartd properly configured to send alerts by email?

I just configured a Debian server as follows apt-get install smartmontools vi /etc/default/smartmontools - and here uncommented these 2 lines # uncomment to start smartd on system startup ...
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Is my Hard Drive Failing?

I just tried to run a test on my hdd and it doesn't want to complete a self test. Here is the result: smartctl --attributes --log=selftest /dev/sda smartctl 6.2 2013-07-26 r3841 ...
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How many SMART sector reallocations indicate problems?

I have a NAS appliance that is just over a month old. It is configured to email me alerts generated from the hard drives' SMART data. After one day, one of the hard drives reported that a sector had ...
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Understanding smartctl -a output

I have 6 drives in a NAS box. Two of them are Seagates, and they return high RAW_VALUES for errors; see below. My other drives show far lower values. Is this cause for alarm? Or just the way ...
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hp smart array p400 - failed disk - hot spare

I am having an issue with a failed disk in a HP DL380 G5 smart array p400. The array setup is RAID 5, 7 disks + hot spare. One disk failed some weeks ago and the hot spare automatically took over, ...
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Read SMART status on Windows Server 2008 R2

How can I read my hard drives SMART status on Windows Server 2008 R2? I'm using IBM X3630 X3 server with IBM ServeRAID M5015 disk drives
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ProLiant DL380 G4 ESXi host - How to check RAID status of local storage

In a data center we have a few ESXi hosts. We're migrating all the data off the machines, but first we would like to check the RAID/SMART status of the local drives. Is there any way to do this via ...