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#1775 duplicate SK hynix's SATA drives are not in the smartctl/smartd database ksj0312
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Hi. I am Soojae who works as an engineer at SK hynix. Recently, it was discovered that some of its drives were not registered with Smartctl on Linux. As stated in the FAQ on this site, it seems that an update to the drive database is needed, so I wrote a request like this. There are a total of 4 drives that require registration, and the information has been attached as a file, so please register it as soon as possible.

Thank you

#1772 fixed SMART db request: Argon EON USB-to-SATA (0x174e:0x1155, 0x1741:0x1156, "Pinas") Christian Franke Dan Stevens
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Good afternoon,

Here is some information, along with the attached output from "lsusb -v" for the Argon EON case's USB-to-SATA bridge (which shows up as two devices) that is not in the current database.

When I add both entries to my custom database file, the disks connected to these bridges seem to support at least a few SMART features and tests. Since they are bridges, I have no "smartctl -x" output for them, but can provide this output for the attached disks if requested.

  • "Pinas sata"
    • ID: 0x174e:0x1155
    • Notes: with "-d sat", the attached /dev/sdX devices are visible to smartctl and everything I've checked seems to work fine.
  • "Pinas SATA"
    • ID: 0x1741:0x1156
    • Notes: see previous

Tested using smartctl 7.2 r5155 on aarch64-linux-6.1.61-v8+, host: aarch64-unknown-linux-gnu (Raspberry Pi 4B).

If you have any questions or want additional info/tests, please let me know -- and thank you for all your hard work!

#1771 invalid SMART db request: Seagate FireCuda HDD (0x0bc2:0x2021) Dan Stevens
Description

Good afternoon,

Here is some information, along with the attached outputs from "smartctl -x" and "lsusb -v" for the following USB HDD that is not in the current database, but supports (at least some) SMART features once I added it to my custom database file:

Seagate RSS LLC FireCuda Gaming Hard Drive:

  • Serial_Number: 00000000NAD30K0B
  • Device ID: 0x0bc2:0x2021
  • Notes: with "-d scsi", is visible to smartctl and can run tests, but without temperature monitoring.

Tested using smartctl 7.2 r5155 on aarch64-linux-6.1.61-v8+, host: aarch64-unknown-linux-gnu (Raspberry Pi 4B).

If you have any questions or want additional info/tests, please let me know -- and thank you for all your hard work!

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