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diskscan-0.20-3.2 RPM for armv7hl

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Name: diskscan Distribution: openSUSE Tumbleweed
Version: 0.20 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 3.2 Build date: Fri May 28 07:53:58 2021
Group: Hardware/Other Build host: obs-arm-6
Size: 118217 Source RPM: diskscan-0.20-3.2.src.rpm
Summary: Scan disk for bad or near failure sectors
DiskScan is a Unix/Linux tool to scan a block device and check
if there are unreadable sectors, in addition it uses read
latency times as an assessment for a near failure as sectors
that are problematic to read usually entail many retries. This
can be used to assess the state of the disk and maybe decide
on a replacement in advance to its imminent failure. The disk
self test may or may not pick up on such clues depending on
the disk vendor decision making logic.






* Sun Apr 18 2021 Ferdinand Thiessen <>
  - Fixed SPEC file: Replaced broken URL with current upstream
* Wed Mar 07 2018
  - Update dependencies
  - Modernize spec file using spec-cleaner
* Mon Aug 28 2017
  - Update to version 0.20:
    * Misc internal changes
    * Update libscsicmd
* Sat Oct 15 2016
  - Adjust to latest cmake macros
* Thu Aug 18 2016
  - Small spec file cleanup
* Thu Nov 26 2015
  - Update to 0.19
    * When a partition is write mounted do not attempt to fix it as
      it will mess the filesystem.
    * Also fix building on Debian/kFreeBSD.
* Fri Nov 13 2015
  - Update to 0.18
    * Switched to CMake as the build system, it is more common than
    ninja-build and so more useful for those who build by hand
    * Fix build issues on FreeBSD.
    * Fix disk on 4k granularity to avoid overwriting areas that are
    usable, this is useful on media errors.
* Sun May 10 2015
  - Update to 0.15
    * no upstream changelog provided
* Sun Dec 08 2013
  - Initial build.



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