Opened 3 years ago

Last modified 3 years ago

#1525 new patch

Separate DB entries for Intel S4510/S4610/S4500/S4600 Series SSDs

Reported by: Marcel Telka Owned by:
Priority: minor Milestone: undecided
Component: drivedb Version: 6.5
Keywords: ssd Cc:


The attached patch changes drivedb entries for "Intel S4510/S4610/S4500/S4600 Series SSDs" family to have separate entry for every family. With the patch we will have the following (separate) model families:

Intel SSD DC S4500
Intel SSD D3-S4510
Intel SSD DC S4600
Intel SSD D3-S4610

Attachments (3)

01-separate-db-entries-for-intel-s4xx0-ssds.patch (4.9 KB ) - added by Marcel Telka 3 years ago.
SSDSC2KB240G8 (18.6 KB ) - added by Marcel Telka 3 years ago.
SSDSC2KG240G8 (12.0 KB ) - added by Marcel Telka 3 years ago.

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Change History (5)

comment:1 by Christian Franke, 3 years ago

Keywords: ssd added
Milestone: undecided

The patch reports two new drives as tested which are also matched by the existing entry:

Please provide a sample smartctl -x output for both.

Splitting the entry is apparently not needed because all four attribute definitions are identical. Leaving ticket open as undecided.

by Marcel Telka, 3 years ago

Attachment: SSDSC2KB240G8 added


by Marcel Telka, 3 years ago

Attachment: SSDSC2KG240G8 added


comment:2 by Marcel Telka, 3 years ago

Please find attached smartctl -x output for both disks (produced with the suggested patch applied).

I'm suggesting the split to have better disk identification in the Model Family entry. For example, Intel SSD D3-S4610 looks far better (and is more accurate) than Intel S4510/S4610/S4500/S4600 Series SSDs. One does not need to lookup over the internet to find what SSDSC2KG240G8 really is. For an untrained eye it looks very similar to SSDSC2KB240G7, while the actual device is different.


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