also sprach Mario 'BitKoenig' Holbe <Mario.Holbe@...> [2006.10.13=
> A NEWS-entry would indeed be nice (although I don't know anybody
> who really tracks NEWS-entries :) nor do I know a way to
> automagically do that, but at least you could refer to it :)).
> >> oscillations. To be honest: the fewest attributes values oscillate, the
> >> oscillating values just get logged most often, of course.
> > Or do you have a way to filter just those?
> Well, I said it multiple times already: You cannot apply *meaningful*
> general filters because the attributes, their values and their behaviour
> are heavily disk-dependent (this goes so far that an attribute which
> oscillates on one disk does not necessarily oscillate on another disk,
> too). I have as many filters for oscillating attributes as I have
> disks, or more exact: I have a special filter for each oscillating
> attribute for each of my disks.
Thus, I think I'll take the path of the NEWS entry and the filter
for all attribute changes, except for the most critical ones posted
by someone else in this thread.
martin; (greetings from the heart of the sun.)
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