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Tracking down frequent (every 20 seconds) SCSI hard disk drive access in 10.7
In a Lion Server (10.7.3 and 10.7.4 tried) system with multiple drives attached to an HPT SATA controller, there is some process that keeps accessing the hard disk drives exactly every 20 seconds. As ...
May 11 '12 at 10:02
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