Enclosure LED Utilities
ledmon and ledctl are userspace tools designed to control storage
enclosure LEDs. The user must have root privileges to use these tools.
These tools use the SGPIO and SES-2 protocols to monitor and control LEDs.
They been verified to work with Intel(R) storage controllers (i.e. the
Intel(R) AHCI controller) and have not been tested with storage controllers of
other vendors (especially SAS/SCSI controllers).
This package contains the Enclosure LED Utilities, version 0.32
Copyright (C) 2009,2011 Intel Corporation.
All files in this package can be freely distributed and used according
to the terms of the GNU General Public License, version 2.
See http://www.gnu.org/ for details.
1. Compiling the package.
Run "make" command to compile the package.
2. (Un)installing the pack
ledctl.conf(5) Inter(R) Enclosure LED Utilities Configledctl.conf(5)
ledctl.conf - Configuration file for Intel(R) Enclosure LED
This feature is not yet implemented. The Intel(R) Enclosure
LED Utilities does not use a configuration file at the
moment. The name and location of file has been reserved for
ledctl(8) Intel(R) Enclosure LED Control Application ledctl(8)
ledctl - Intel(R) LED control application for a storage
ledctl [OPTIONS] pattern_name=list_of_devices ...
The ledctl is user space application design to control LEDs
associated with each slot in an enclosure or a drive bay.
There are two types of
ledmon(8) Intel(R) Enclosure LED Monitor Service ledmon(8)
ledmon - Intel(R
ledmon (0.32-1) unstable; urgency=low
* New upstream release
* Fixes issue where HOTSPARE had h
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