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  1. Description: I have several SAS hard drives attached via a backplane that UnRAID is not able to read SMART data from, as they do not have normal SMART data that most SATA hard drives have. However, UnRAID is able to read "Current drive temperature" and "Drive trip temperature" perfectly fine, and will display these temperatures in the drive list and dashboard. The bug that I am worried about, however, is that these drives will never trip the drive temperature warning(s). How to Reproduce: Have a SAS drive that does not support the full normal consumer
  2. Added sdparm Thanks for adding it, but unfortunately, the version you've included doesn't actually work because it's the dynamically-linked version that depends on libsgutils2. When you run it, it says "sdparm: error while loading shared libraries: libsgutils2.so.2: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory" I will admit I have very little knowledge of linux packaging, but I've tested the versions from this page: http://sg.danny.cz/sg/sdparm.html#mozTocId166213 and can confirm the executables in the .debs marked with [built without sgutils lib
  3. Any chance we could get sdparm added? I have some SAS drives I'd like to change some options on, but hdparm barfs all over the floor when interacting with them in any but the most simple of way. sdparm (http://sg.danny.cz/sg/sdparm.html) is supposed to be the correct way of interacting with them, but I had to manually copy the (dependency-free) binaries into /bin/ in order to use it!