GSmartControl

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GSmartControl is a graphical UI (GUI) for smartctl (from smartmontools bundle), which is an apparatus for questioning and controlling SMART (Self-Monitoring, Analysis, and Reporting Technology) information on present day hard plate and strong state drives. It enables you to review the drive’s SMART information to decide its wellbeing, and additionally run different tests on it. GSmartControl underpins ATA drives (both PATA and SATA), different USB to ATA extensions and drives behind some RAID controllers. See Smartmontools USB Device Support page for an (inadequate) rundown of bolstered USB to ATA spans.

 

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Upheld RAID controllers:

  • Adaptec (Linux, a few models as it were)
  • Areca (Linux, Windows)
  • HP CCISS (Linux)
  • HP hpsa/hpahcisr (Linux)
  • Intel Matrix Storage (CSMI) (Linux, Windows, FreeBSD)
  • LSI 3ware (Linux, Windows)
  • LSI MegaRAID (Windows)

Note: Smartmontools underpins considerably more RAID Controllers. The drives behind such controllers can be physically added to GSmartControl utilizing “Include Device…” usefulness or – include gadget order line choice.

Highlights

  • consequently reports and features any inconsistencies;
  • permits empowering/crippling SMART;
  • permits empowering/crippling Automatic Offline Data Collection – a short self-watch that the drive will perform consequently like clockwork with no effect on execution;
  • bolsters design of worldwide and per-drive choices for smartctl;
  • performs SMART individual tests;
  • shows drive character data, capacities, qualities, gadget insights, etc…;
  • can read in smartctl yield from a spared document, deciphering it as a read-just virtual gadget;
  • chips away at most smartctl-upheld working frameworks;
  • has broad help data.

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Open Source
Windows
7.43 MB (32-bit)
7.22 MB (64-bit)
10.24 MB (Portable 32-bit)
10.64 MB (Portable 64-bit)

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