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sg_logs



SYNOPSIS

       sg_logs     [-a]     [-c=<page_control>]     [-h]     [-l]
       [-p=<page_code>]   [-paramp=<parameter_pointer>]    [-ppc]
       [-sp] [-t] [-V] [-?] <sg_device>


DESCRIPTION

       This  utility  sends a LOG SENSE SCSI command to the given
       device and then outputs the response. There is no facility
       to change log page data with this utility.

       -a     outputs  all the log pages supported by the device.

       -c=page_control
              accepts 0, 1, 2 or 3 as an argument. 0 for  current
              threshhold values, 1 for current cumulative values,
              2 for default threshhold values and 3  for  default
              cumulative  values.  The default is 1 (i.e. current
              threshhold values).

       -h     suppresses decoding of known log  sense  pages  and
              prints out the response in hex instead.

       -l     lists  the  names of all logs sense pages supported
              by this device.

       -p=<page_code>
              log page code to fetch.  Should  be  a  hexadecimal
              number between 0 and 3f inclusive.

       -paramp=<parameter_pointer>
              parameter  pointer  value (in hex) to place in com­
              mand. Should be a number between 0 and ffff  inclu­
              sive.

       -ppc   sets  the  Parameter  Pointer  Control  (PPC)  bit.
              Default is 0 (i.e. cleared).

       -sp    sets the Saving Parameters (SP) bit. Default  is  0
              (i.e. cleared).

       -t     outputs the temperature. First looks in the temper­
              ature log page and if that is not  available  tries
              the  Informational  Exceptions  page which may also
              have the current temperature (especially  in  older
              disks).

       -V     print out version string

       -?     output  usage message. Ignore all other parameters.

       Various log pages hold  information  error  rates,  device
       temperature,  start  stop cycles since device produced and


COPYRIGHT

       Copyright © 2002-2003 Douglas Gilbert
       This  software  is  distributed  under  the GPL version 2.
       There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FIT­
       NESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.


SEE ALSO

       smartmontools(see net), sg_senddiag(sg3_utils)

sg3_utils-1.04              April 2003                 SG_LOGS(8)
  
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