Linux Disk Auditing
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Author:  Mark [ Thu Sep 25, 2014 3:22 pm ]
Post subject:  Linux Disk Auditing

Just an update - Linux disk auditing has been coded, tested and committed. It will be in 1.5.

Some screenshots are below.

A couple of items of note. If an attribute has a "?" icon, when you mouse over it you will see the reason why it has not been populated. To retrieve SMART status and Model Family, you need SmartMonTools installed on the target linux systems. If SmartMonTools are not installed, you simply don't get a result for that attribute (and will see the "?" icon in the GUI).

A CentOS system running on VMware.
NOTE - VMware does not return disk serials and SmartMonTools are not installed on this system.
linux_disk_info_centos_vmware.png [ 237.8 KiB | Viewed 4733 times ]

An Ubuntu system running on physical hardware.

NOTE - This system has a few more disks not shown in the screenshot. These are part of a raid group, hence the seemingly incorrect disk size v partition size on the second disk. Rest assured, this is as is should be :-)

Also the Model Family of the Crucial disk is not in the SmartMonTools (internal) database. I would expect this to change/improve over time and upgraded SmartMonTools.
linux_disk_details_ubuntu_physical.png [ 197.57 KiB | Viewed 4733 times ]

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