Apparently the raw value of the Attribute 9 is
(14*3600+14*60)/30 = 1708
So for this particular disk the RAW value is hours. I guess we need to
add a '-v 9,hours' option.
Did you try '-P ignore' ?
On Thu, 15 Jun 2006, Volker Kuhlmann wrote:
> Device Model: SAMSUNG SP2504C
> Serial Number: S09QJ10Y954xxx
> Firmware Version: VT100-33
> match smartmontools Drive Database entry:
> MODEL REGEXP: ^SAMSUNG.*
> FIRMWARE REGEXP: .*-(2|3[0-9])$
> ATTRIBUTE OPTIONS: 009 Power_On_Half_Minutes
> 9 Power_On_Half_Minutes 0x0032 100 100 000 Old_age Always - 14h+14m
> Uhm, no. In use for 6 months, I would guess the powerup-time to be
> SMART Self-test log structure revision number 1
> Num Test_Description Status Remaining LifeTime(hours) LBA_of_first_error
> # 1 Short offline Completed without error 00% 1707 -
> That's more like it, though only about 9.5h/day. (Perhaps I'm not such a
> nerd afterall ;) )
> I'll verify the exact interval for v9, but halfminutes is bogus here.
> At least the firmware regexp needs to be updated.
> Using -Fsamsung makes the selftest log unreadable, -Fsamsung2 gives the
> same output as not using it. Base options are smartctl -d ata /dev/sda.
> There is no -v9,hour, but there should be.
> Does using -Pignore only remove the v9,halfminutes setting?
> Have there been any disks observed with -v9,halfhour behaviour?
> smartmontools-5.33, SUSE-supplied. Arrg, I just see there's a 5.36, but
> have one more datapoint for the models list anyway.
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