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Re: HD RPM on OpenBSDs
That's weird. Hard disk speed is a hardware fact. They can't be
set by software.
> I've notice that OpenBSDs set the RPM of every HD to 3600.
> I've settled the RPM of my HD to 7200 while editing my disk, during the
> Now I would like to test it and check if it's really running with 7200
> RPMs. I'm looking for a tool to help me out.
> I've done "apropos rpm", but it found nothing appropriate.
> I've googled "how to test hd rpm on OpenBSD", I got a lot of stuff
> referring to rpm packages and disk setup, but none got even close to
> what I'm looking for.
> I'm running OpenBSD 3.4.
> Thanks for your time.
> Patrícia Viana.