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GSTOPD(8)		  BSD System Manager's Manual		     GSTOPD(8)

NAME
     gstopd -- stop disks in the case of inactivity using GEOM statistics

SYNOPSIS
     gstopd [-I	interval] diskX	...

DESCRIPTION
     The gstopd	daemon can be used to stop disks after an certain amount of
     inactivity	using geom(4) statisics.  Messages get logged via syslog(3)
     using the local0.info priority.

     The options are as	follows:

     -I	interval
	     The amount	of inactivity in seconds of a disk after which the
	     disk should get stopped Adding a suffix of	m, h, or s (the	de-
	     fault) indicates that the update interval is specified in min-
	     utes, hours, or seconds, respectively.

     diskX   Specifies one or more disks which should get monitored and	stoped
	     if	appropriate.

SEE ALSO
     gstat(8) geom(4)

HISTORY
     A gstopd utility appeared in FreeBSD 5.2.

BUGS
     The gstopd	daemon is currently only able to stop disks which are con-
     nected to CAM(4) subsystem.

     Since it stops disks using	the external camcontrol(8) tool	it will	be
     difficult to get the disk with the	root filesystem	on it stopped.

BSD			      September	23, 2003			   BSD

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