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 ===== Long SMART Test Schedule ===== ===== Long SMART Test Schedule =====
  
-Go to the “Tasks” page.+Click on "Tasks" in the left column, then "​S.M.A.R.T. Tests".
  
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-Click on the “S.M.A.R.T. Tests” button (1). +Now click on “Add” button.
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-Now click on “Add ​S.M.A.R.T. Test” button ​(2).+
  
 A screen will pop up. A screen will pop up.
  
-Select the storage drives you want to test from the “Disks:” selection box (3). If you want to test them all (Fester recommends this) then click on the first drive, hold down the shift key and while holding this key down click on the last drive. This should select them all.+{{:fester112:​pasted:​20190527-112404.png}}
  
-Select the type of SMART test you want (in this case it is the Long testfrom the “Type:” drop down selection box (4).+Select the storage drives ​you want to test from the “Disks” drop-down.  Click individually on each disk you want to test.
  
-Give the test a name in the “Short description:” text box (5).+{{:fester112:​pasted:​20190527-112434.png}}
  
-Fester wants to schedule these tests to run on the 8<​sup>​th</​sup> ​ and 22<​sup>​nd</​sup>  ​of every month at 02:​00am ​in the morning (the server should not be busy at that time).+Select ​the type of SMART test you want (in this case it is "Long Self-Test"​) from the “Type” drop down selection box.
  
-Set Each selected hour” to **02** (6).+Give the test a name, if desired, in the Short description” text box.
  
-{{:fester:​a06a3a3bc1cd79d053fbee568ccb515a.png}}+Fester wants to schedule these tests to run on the 8<​sup>​th</​sup> ​ and 22<​sup>​nd</​sup> ​ of every month at 02:00 in the morning (the server should not be busy at that time). ​ To do this, under "​Schedule the S.M.A.R.T. Test", select "​Custom"​. ​ This will open a scheduling window.
  
-In the “Each selected day of the month” box select the 8<​sup>​th</​sup> ​ day by clicking on **08** (7) and the 22<​sup>​nd</​sup> ​ day by clicking on **22** (8).+{{:​fester112:​pasted:​20190527-112905.png}}
  
-Put a tick in every tick box for every month (9). +Under Hours/​Days, ​in Hours, enter **2** In Days, enter **8,22** ​You'​ll see that the calendar ​on the left updates to indicate the dates tests will run.  Click "​Done"​ to close the scheduler, and "​Save" ​to save this self-test schedule.
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-Now scroll down the window. +
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-Put a tick in every tick box for every day of the week (10). +
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-Now click on the “OK” button (11) to save this long test schedule. +
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 That’s the long test schedule set. That’s the long test schedule set.
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 ===== Short SMART Test Schedule ===== ===== Short SMART Test Schedule =====
  
-Go to the “Tasks” page.+Click on "Tasks" in the left column, then "​S.M.A.R.T. Tests".
  
-{{:fester:30369db8bf7e2e1e8dcaad0d5bf8061b.png}}+{{:fester112:pasted:​20190527-112210.png}}
  
-Click on the “S.M.A.R.T. Tests” button (1). +Now click on “Add” button.
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-Now click on “Add ​S.M.A.R.T. Test” button ​(2).+
  
 A screen will pop up. A screen will pop up.
  
-Select the storage drives you want to test from the “Disks:​” selection box (3). If you want to test them all (Fester recommends this) then click on the first drive, hold down the shift key and while holding this key down click on the last drive. This should select them all. +{{:fester112:​pasted:20190527-112404.png}}
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-Select the type of SMART test you want (in this case it is the Short test) from the “Type:” drop down selection box (4). +
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-Give the test a name in the “Short description:​” text box (5). +
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-Fester wants to schedule these tests to run on the 5<​sup>​th</​sup> ​ , 12<​sup>​th</​sup> ​ , 19<​sup>​th</​sup> ​ and 26<​sup>​th</​sup> ​ of every month at 03:00am in the morning (the server should not be busy at that time). +
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-Set “Each selected hour” to **03** (6). +
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-Now scroll down the window. +
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-In the “Each selected day of the month” box select the 5<​sup>​th</​sup> ​ , 12<​sup>​th</​sup> ​ , 19<​sup>​th</​sup> ​ and 26<​sup>​th</​sup> ​ day by clicking ​on **05** (7), **12** (8), **19** (9) and **26** (10) respectively.+Select the storage drives you want to test from the “Disks” drop-down. ​ Click individually ​on each disk you want to test.
  
-Put a tick in every tick box for every month (11).+{{:​fester112:​pasted:​20190527-112434.png}}
  
-Now scroll down the window.+Select ​the type of SMART test you want (in this case it is "Short Self-Test"​) from the “Type” drop down selection box.
  
-{{:​fester:​f4cecdac683bb60a836d4c55c4078c3e.png}}+Give the test a name, if desired, in the “Short description” text box.
  
-Put a tick in every tick box for every day of the week (12).+Fester wants to schedule these tests to run on the 5<​sup>​th</​sup>,​ 12<​sup>​th</​sup>,​ 19<​sup>​th</​sup>​ and 26<​sup>​th</​sup> ​of every month at 03:00 in the morning ​(the server should not be busy at that time).  To do this, under "​Schedule the S.M.A.R.T. Test", select "​Custom"​. ​ This will open a scheduling window.
  
-Now click on the “OK” button (13) to save this short test schedule.+{{:​fester112:​pasted:​20190527-113312.png}}
  
-{{:​fester:​8c2c849315783d4ce17937e67c7234e9.png}}+Under Hours/Days, in Hours, enter **3**. ​ In Days, enter **5,​12,​19,​26**. ​ You'll see that the calendar on the left updates to indicate the dates tests will run.  Click "​Done"​ to close the scheduler, and "​Save"​ to save this self-test schedule.
  
 That’s the short test schedule set. That’s the short test schedule set.
  
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  • Last modified: 2019/05/27 11:34
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