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    Default System Health?

    I think it would be awesome if UT can add widgets for system health-related parameters, like HDD S.M.A.R.T. monitoring, CPU/System temps, fan RPM, and the like.

    The Resource and CPU Load widgets are a good start but they don't quite tell the whole story.

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    Huh, after all my years all I got is an unhelpful flippant comment, so I'll keep it to my self.
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    We actually did have SMART at one point, but if it's still there I'm not sure where to access it in the GUI. But, you can read it from the command line with smartctl --all /dev/sda

    As for CPU temperature, and FAN RPM etc, those things aren't standardized. There's no way to provide automatic access to accurate information. Every single tool that does that, has to be tweaked for the specific platform you're running on. So Untangle could do this for their own appliances to a degree, but nothing else.
    Rob Sandling, BS:SWE, MCP
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    I think there are requests for this here.
    https://untanglengfirewall.featureupvote.com/
    If not create one.

    You can also monitor them with snmp.

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