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#1337 fixed Add OWC Mercury Elite Pro Quad USB ids (0x1e91:0xa4a7) Christian Franke yammering
Index: drivedb.h
--- drivedb.h	(revision 5059)
+++ drivedb.h	(working copy)
@@ -5788,6 +5788,13 @@
     "-d sat"
+  // 0x1e91 (?)
+  { "USB: OWC Mercury Elite Pro Quad; ",
+    "0x1e91:0xa4a7",
+    "", // 0x0100
+    "",
+    "-d sat"
+  },
   // Innostor
   { "USB: ; Innostor IS611", // USB3->SATA+PATA
     "0x1f75:0x0611", // SMART access via PATA does not work
#189 fixed Whitelist non-MA07 firmware for Dell Seagate Barracuda ES.2 drives Christian Franke yaberauneya

We recently received a support call because a customer noted that one of the drives installed in a machine was reporting potential problems with a version of firmware. After doing some digging on the Dell site, it appears that only the MA07 firmware is affected.

The attached patch whitelists all non-MA07 firmware so the message doesn't appear with unaffected drives.

#916 duplicate Adding --json command line option yaarit

I would like to prepare a patch to implement '--json' cmd option, as mentioned in ticket #766. I'm new to this project and would appreciate your help.

  1. Is it okay if I use C++11 features, even if it as little as "auto"?
  1. What's your opinion about using a JSON library? (specifically this one - JSON for Modern C++)
  1. I wish to create a data structure to hold the smart data, and print it when it's completely populated.

Do you have insights about how the data structure should look like, considering hierarchy, data order, and which containers to use?

When looking at the first chunks of output for SATA I was wondering how to represent the data, so it would be easy to traverse and print. The general idea is to have a container to represent each section, for example:

struct smart_data {

map<string, string> info_section; map<string, string> smart_data_section; vector<map<string,string>> vendor_specific_attr; more containers go here


Is there a certain format you prefer it to be represented?

  1. Is there a way to mock output from devices I don't have (such as SAS)? I wish to test this output but I don't have all of the supported disks out there...

Many thanks!

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