Please find smartctl -a output enclosed, according to FAQ:
*>If your drive is not in the database of the current release,* to have
it added to the database, first use the command:
> smartctl -t short /dev/hd?
>to run a short self-test on the drive, and wait a few minutes for the
test to complete. Then email the entire output from:
> smartctl -a /dev/hd?
> to smartmontools-database
a plain-text ASCII email attachment (file type: ".txt"). The timestamp
in the self-test log will help us to determine whether > Attribute 9 is
being used to store the lifetime in hours, minutes, or seconds.