Christian - 2006-11-01

I was checking my console logs for something completely unrelated, and I noticed these:
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2006-10-31 19:52:47.368 efssmartd[142] ExtFS: SMART status query failed with: 0xe00002ed!
2006-10-31 19:52:47.369 efssmartd[142] efssmartd: Warning Status for disk TOSHIBA MK4021GAS Media: 'The status query failed due to an OS error.'.
2006-10-31 20:17:49.048 efssmartd[142] ExtFS: SMART status query failed with: 0xe00002ed!
2006-10-31 20:17:49.049 efssmartd[142] efssmartd: Warning Status for disk TOSHIBA MK4021GAS Media: 'The status query failed due to an OS error.'.
2006-10-31 20:37:50.575 efssmartd[142] ExtFS: SMART status query failed with: 0xe00002ed!
2006-10-31 20:37:50.576 efssmartd[142] efssmartd: Warning Status for disk TOSHIBA MK4021GAS Media: 'The status query failed due to an OS error.'.
2006-10-31 20:42:50.582 efssmartd[142] ExtFS: SMART status query failed with: 0xe00002ed!
2006-10-31 20:42:50.583 efssmartd[142] efssmartd: Warning Status for disk TOSHIBA MK4021GAS Media: 'The status query failed due to an OS error.'.
2006-10-31 21:12:53.128 efssmartd[142] ExtFS: SMART status query failed with: 0xe00002ed!
2006-10-31 21:12:53.129 efssmartd[142] efssmartd: Warning Status for disk TOSHIBA MK4021GAS Media: 'The status query failed due to an OS error.'.
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I'm running 10.4.8
Is this a problem with the smartd bundled with the ext2 driver?

Thanks,
Christian.