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Fri, 31 Jan 2014
[ 19:48 amdmi3 ] Original commit   Revision:342057
342057 sysutils/Makefile
342057 sysutils/scterc
342057 sysutils/scterc/Makefile
342057 sysutils/scterc/distinfo
342057 sysutils/scterc/files
342057 sysutils/scterc/files/pkg-message.in
342057 sysutils/scterc/pkg-descr
Modern hard drives allow to set the amount of time a hard disk is
allowed to spend recovering from a read or write error. This feature
is called ERC (error recovery control, usually in Seagate), TLER
(time-limited error recovery, usually on Western Digital) or CCLT
(command completion time limit, usually on Samsung or Hitachi).

This rc.d script allows to set these valus on system startup to
tune disks for RAID usage.

WWW: https://github.com/AMDmi3/scterc-rc.d

Number of commits found: 1

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