SMART

Given that two of my drives failed in quick succession, I have been getting to know SMART, specifically the smartmontools package which has been very useful, as well as this article “Monitoring Hard Disks with SMART“.

And the failed drives will be destroyed first by being overwritten with zeros and then by using a hammer.

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