>What is the name and USB ID of the USB enclosure?
USB chipset is Oxford 931SF according to Seagate
0xbc2:0x3008 according to smartctl (smartctl -i /dev/sdd, gives error
and coughs up 'Unknown USB bridge' with code)
I've sent an email to http://www.linux-usb.org/usb-ids.html to add
device ID to vendor ID listing (Vendor is 0bc2 Seagate RSS LLC)
>Does it also work with '-d sat'?
No -- doesn't retrieve drive info. Neither does '-d sat,16'. Only '-d
>Do 48-bit commands work: 'smartctl -x -d sat /dev/sdd' ?
No -- since '-d sat' doesn't work. But with '-d sat,12' I get
something that starts like this (this one below from a Maxtor OneTouch 4
Plus with a Seagate 7200.11 internal drive, but looks the same as the
General Purpose Logging (GPL) feature set supported
ATA_READ_LOG_EXT (addr=0x00:0x00, page=0, n=1) failed: 48-bit ATA
re SAT ATA PASS-THROUGH (16)
Read GP Log Directory failed.
SMART Log Directory Version 1 [multi-sector log support]
SMART Log at address 0x00 has 1 sectors [Log Directory]
SMART Log at address 0x01 has 1 sectors [Summary SMART error log]
SMART Log at address 0x02 has 5 sectors [Comprehensive SMART error
SMART Log at address 0x03 has 5 sectors [Ext. Comprehensive SMART
SMART Log at address 0x06 has 1 sectors [SMART self-test log]
SMART Log at address 0x07 has 1 sectors [Extended self-test log]
SMART Log at address 0x09 has 1 sectors [Selective self-test log]
SMART Log at address 0x10 has 1 sectors [NCQ Command Error]
What does this mean?
I also get a history of drive temps. Extremely cool. Is there a way to
change the drive temp polling and logging intervals.
Is that what you meant? Also works on my Maxtor OneTouch 4 Plus 760GB
external USB drive, which has a Seagate 7200.11 drive internal.
Hope this is helpful.
-- Roy Zider
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From: "Christian Franke" <Christian.Franke@...>
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> Below is output on this external drive which is not listed in the
> -- Roy Zider
> Ran a short test successfully, results following this initial test.
> bin>smartctl -a -d sat,12 /dev/sdd >tt.txt
Thanks for the info.
What is the name and USB ID of the USB enclosure?
Does it also work with '-d sat'?
Do 48-bit commands work: 'smartctl -x -d sat /dev/sdd' ?