How to get SoftRAID to ignore SMART status of predicted-to-fail disk.

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If SoftRAID keeps notifying you of a SMART error on one of your disks, it can become annoying. Even if SoftRAID predicts the disk will fail based on SMART measurements, you still want to keep using it. It’s easy to get SoftRAID to ignore the SMART status of just that one disk, so you don’t have to disable SMART measurements on all disks.

Simply launch the SoftRAID application, select the tile for the disk which you want disable SMART on and select Disable SMART from the Disk menu.

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