On Mon, 20 Mar 2006, Niall O Broin wrote:
> Dell's Megamon is doing the business as we speak. It's sent me emails
> saying everything is fine, so I live in hope that it will send me an
> email if ever anything becomes unfine.
I find this a little uncomfortable I have to say. Does anyone know of a
nice way to test it by triggering a harmless problem which is would be
expected to report?
Every now and again I get mails like:
Adapter 0: Battery Fast Charging IN PROGRESS.
Adapter 0: No of Charge Cycles = 9
I recently set it up to do a four-weekly consistency check with:
$MEGACTRL -cons -h01 -w4 -d0
but I really live in hope that all of this actually works. I guess I
should presume all will be fine but err, this is quite an important task.
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