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scsiinfo: displays SCSI drive low-level information and modifies SCSI drive settings, scsidev: makes permanent SCSI LUN -> devicename connections, scsifmt: low-level SCSI formatter, sraw: benchmarks raw SCSI I/O rates bypassing the buffer cache, scsi-spin: program to manually spin up and down a SCSI device.
Beware that, to be used properly, these tools require some knowledge of what they're doing as they can cause damage to your system.
SCSI Tools for Debian notes --------------------------- scsiinfo: --------- Comes both with text interface and advanced X interface. Textmode usage with "scsiinfo". X-Startup with "scsi-config", but you must have wish installed to make it work. -- Christoph Lameter <firstname.lastname@example.org> scsitools is a fork of hwtools previously maintained by Christoph Lameter (in 1996-1997) & Josip Rodin and more»
To: email@example.com Subject: hwtools: scsi-spin -- an additional program for hwtools... From: Rob Browning <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 04 Apr 1998 17:15:14 -0600 Package: hwtools Version: 0.3-4 Severity: wishlist Here's a small program I wrote called scsi-spin that lets you spin up and down scsi drives. I thought you might consider it for inclusion in the debian hwtools package, and perhap more»
# $Id: README,v 18.104.22.168 2002/07/27 00:16:10 garloff Exp $ NOTE: This docu is out of date. Please refer to the man page and the ===== web page mentioned there. KG. The linux SCSI code assigns minor numbers to devices dynamically. Thus if you add or remove a device, the device numbering will change, and this obviously screws up things like /etc/fstab, /etc/rc*, and a few other things. What we more»
This is version 1.7 of scsiinfo. The program itself is pretty much the same, but there is now supp more»
This distribution contains files required to benchmark raw scsi performance on your system. The ke more»
RESCAN-SCSI-BUS.SH(8) RESCAN-SCSI-BUS.SH(8) NAME rescan-scsi-bus. more»
scsi-config(8) Scsiinfo User's Guide scsi-config(8) NAME scsi-config - more»
scsi-spin(8) scsi-spin(8) NAME scsi-spin - spin more»