I recently fixed some bad blocks on my drives, but, also notice "X ATA Error"
which I cannot seem to do anything with.
What should one do about "X ATA Error" messages? Does this mean I should replace
the drive (even-though it says "Health: PASSED"?). Or they harmless (aka,
ignore?). If they get too high I should change, what is too high?
I'll post my three logs here and maybe someone could tell me if the drives are
still good. All say "Health: PASSED", and, no "FAILING NOW" in the "-A", and
pass the latest "long/short/conveyence" tests.
212 ATA Error: http://pastebin.com/6VYA9Sij
2 ATA Error: http://pastebin.com/xTyYZMK2
1 ATA Error: http://pastebin.com/nTuJyLjP