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README

# Home page: http://www.smartmontools.org
#
# $Id$
#
# Copyright (C) 2003-08 Bruce Allen
# Copyright (C) 2009-18 Christian Franke
#
# SPDX-License-Identifier: GPL-2.0-or-later
#

This directory contains executable shell scripts, that are intended for
use with the
-m address -M exec /path/to/an/executable
Directive in /etc/smartd.conf.

Details about how to use this Directive may be found in the man pages for
smartd and smartd.conf.
man 8 smartd
man 5 smartd.conf
should display those pages on your system.

If you wish to contribute additional scripts to this collection,
please email them to <smartmontools-support@listi.jpberlin.de>,
and include a brief description to use below.

The files contained in this directory are:

Example1: Appends values of $SMARTD_* environment variables and the output
of smartctl -a to the normal email message, and sends that
to the email address listed as the argument to the -m
Directive.

Example2: Appends output of smartctl -a to the normal email message
and sends that to the email address listed as the argument
to the -m Directive.

Example3: Uses wall(1) to send a warning message to all users, then powers
down the machine.

Example4: Uses powersave-notify to issue a desktop neutral warning.
(/etc/smartmontools/run.d/10powersave-notify from Debian package)

Example5: Uses run-parts(8) to run scripts from /etc/smartmontools/run.d/.
(/usr/share/smartmontools/smartd-runner from Debian package)

Example6: Sends a warning mail and then notifies the users by direct write
to terminals.
(/usr/libexec/smartmontools/smartdnotify from Fedora package)

Example7: Sends an email using /usr/sbin/sendmail mail transfer agent.
May be useful if there is no other mail(1) compatible mailer
available.

Example8: Sends an email using mail, mailx or sendmail mail transfer agent,
whichever is found first. This script uses SMARTD_* environment
variables and could therefore also be used in a run-parts(8)
context like Example5.