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    1 ## This is the default configuration for hdparm for Debian.  It is a 
    2 ## rather simple script, so please follow the following guidelines :)
    3 ## Any line that begins with a comment is ignored - add as many as you 
    4 ## like.  Note that an in-line comment is not supported.  If a line 
    5 ## consists of whitespace only (tabs, spaces, carriage return), it will be
    6 ## ignored, so you can space control fields as you like.  ANYTHING ELSE
    7 ## IS PARSED!!  This means that lines with stray characters or lines that 
    8 ## use non # comment characters will be interpreted by the initscript.  
    9 ## This has probably minor, but potentially serious, side effects for your 
   10 ## hard drives, so please follow the guidelines.  Patches to improve 
   11 ## flexibilty welcome.  Please read /usr/share/doc/hdparm/README.Debian for 
   12 ## notes about known issues, especially if you have an MD array.
   13 ##
   14 ## Note that if the init script causes boot problems, you can pass 'nohdparm' 
   15 ## on the kernel command line, and the script will not be run.
   16 ##
   17 ## Uncommenting the options below will cause them to be added to the DEFAULT
   18 ## string which is prepended to options listed in the blocks below.
   19 ##
   20 ## If an option is listed twice, the second instance replaces the first.
   21 ##
   22 ## /sbin/hdparm is not run unless a block of the form:
   23 ##      DEV {
   24 ##         option
   25 ##         option
   26 ##         ...
   27 ##      }
   28 ## exists.  This blocks will cause /sbin/hdparm OPTIONS DEV to be run.
   29 ## Where OPTIONS is the concatenation of all options previously defined
   30 ## outside of a block and all options defined with in the block.
   31 
   32 # -q be quiet
   33 quiet 
   34 # -a sector count for filesystem read-ahead
   35 #read_ahead_sect = 12
   36 # -A disable/enable the IDE drive's read-lookahead feature
   37 #lookahead = on
   38 # -b bus state
   39 #bus = on
   40 # -B apm setting
   41 #apm = 255
   42 # -c enable (E)IDE 32-bit I/O support - can be any of 0,1,3
   43 #io32_support = 1
   44 # -d disable/enable the "using_dma" flag for this drive
   45 #dma = off
   46 # -D enable/disable the on-drive defect management
   47 #defect_mana = off
   48 # -E cdrom speed
   49 #cd_speed = 16
   50 # -k disable/enable the "keep_settings_over_reset" flag for this drive
   51 #keep_settings_over_reset = off
   52 # -K disable/enable the drive's "keep_features_over_reset" flag
   53 #keep_features_over_reset = on
   54 # -m sector count for multiple sector I/O
   55 #mult_sect_io = 32
   56 # -P maximum sector count for the drive's internal prefetch mechanism
   57 #prefetch_sect = 12
   58 # -r read-only flag for device
   59 #read_only = off
   60 # -s Turn on/off power on in standby mode
   61 # poweron_standby = off
   62 # -S standby (spindown) timeout for the drive
   63 #spindown_time = 24
   64 # -u interrupt-unmask flag for the drive
   65 #interrupt_unmask = on
   66 # -W Disable/enable the IDE drive's write-caching feature
   67 #write_cache = off
   68 # -X IDE transfer mode for newer (E)IDE/ATA2 drives
   69 #transfer_mode = 34
   70 # -y force to immediately enter the standby mode
   71 #standby
   72 # -Y force to immediately enter the sleep mode
   73 #sleep
   74 # -Z Disable the power-saving function of certain Seagate drives
   75 #disable_seagate
   76 # -M Set the acoustic management properties of a drive
   77 #acoustic_management
   78 # -p Set the chipset PIO mode
   79 # chipset_pio_mode
   80 # --security-freeze Freeze the drive's security status
   81 # security_freeze
   82 # --security-unlock Unlock the drive's security
   83 # security_unlock = PWD
   84 # --security-set-pass Set security password
   85 # security_pass = password
   86 # --security-disable Disable drive locking
   87 # security_disable
   88 # --user-master Select password to use
   89 # user-master = u
   90 # --security-mode Set the security mode
   91 # security_mode = h
   92 
   93 
   94 # Root file systems.  Please see README.Debian for details
   95 # ROOTFS = /dev/hda
   96 
   97 ## New note - you can use straight hdparm commands in this config file 
   98 ## as well - the set up is ugly, but it keeps backwards compatibility
   99 ## Additionally, it should be noted that any blocks that begin with 
  100 ## the keyword 'command_line' are not run until after the root filesystem
  101 ## is mounted.  This is done to avoid running blocks twice.  If you need 
  102 ## to run hdparm to set parameters for your root disk, please use the 
  103 ## standard format.
  104 
  105 #Samples follow:
  106 #First three are good for devfs systems, fourth one for systems that do 
  107 #not use devfs.  The fifth example uses straight hdparm command line
  108 #syntax.  Any of the blocks that use command line syntax must begin with
  109 #the keyword 'command_line', and no attempt is made to validate syntax.  
  110 #It is provided for those more comfortable with hdparm syntax. 
  111 
  112 #/dev/discs/disc0/disc {
  113 #   mult_sect_io = 16
  114 #   write_cache = off
  115 #   spindown_time = 240
  116 #}
  117 
  118 #/dev/discs/disc1/disc {
  119 #   mult_sect_io = 32
  120 #   spindown_time = 36
  121 #   write_cache = off
  122 #}
  123 
  124 #/dev/cdroms/cdrom0 {
  125 #   dma = on           
  126 #   interrupt_unmask = on
  127 #   io32_support = 0
  128 #}
  129 
  130 #/dev/hda {
  131 #   mult_sect_io = 16
  132 #   write_cache = off
  133 #   dma = on
  134 #}
  135 
  136 #command_line {
  137 #       hdparm -q -m16 -q -W0 -q -d1 /dev/hda
  138 #}