Event log (after setting drive montior to use F) is using C not the expected F unit of measurement
This is a fix/feature request for an observed problem.
OK, I'm not a scientist nor live in Europe, so I'm very used to the the Fahrenheit scale instead of the Celsius. What I noticed is even after setting, via the option, the temperature monitoring unit of measure from Celsius to Fahrenheit, the event log still reports in Celsius.
While this might not be a large issue to some, it is to me, as I'm monitor different drives and they have different operating temperatures. Hence, the values I see and can accept change depending upon the drive. While I know the Fahrenheit value, the event log reports also the actual temperature, which I don't know (unless I compute it out in my head).
Thing is -- for me -- the reason why I can't get over the conversion hump is I don't use temperatures very much. So when I was young, I learned what a Fahrenheit temperature mean and can recall it via my memory (e..g 32 degree is cold, but 0 is even colder) or 212 F is boiling hot. I just don't have that memory for the Celsius. To me 100 C sounds like a little too cool for my hot tube. Right?? Wrong, but that is how my mind says it should be .. 100 is cool for a hot tub and 212 is good for cooking.
Unless I was to use or have Celsius in front of me daily, I'm not going to get the memory response needed to convert, IMHO.
> > > > > > > So, if you're still with me .. please! Have the event log honor the temperature
> > > > > > > monitor / Unit of temperature setting, please!