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Attribute ID: 177 (0xB1)

Description

Wear Leveling Count (chip) S.M.A.R.T. parameter indicates the worst case erase count.

Recommendations

This parameter is considered informational by the most hardware vendors. Although degradation of this parameter can be an indicator of drive aging and/or potential electromechanical problems, it does not directly indicate imminent drive failure. Regular backup is recommended. Pay closer attention to other parameters and overall drive health.

Attribute ID: 175 (0xAF)

Description

Program Fail Count (chip) S.M.A.R.T. parameter indicates a number of flash program failures.

Recommendations

This parameter is considered informational by the most hardware vendors. Although degradation of this parameter can be an indicator of drive aging and/or potential electromechanical problems, it does not directly indicate imminent drive failure. Regular backup is recommended. Pay closer attention to other parameters and overall drive health.

Attribute ID: 176 (0xB0)

Description

Erase Fail Count (chip) S.M.A.R.T. parameter indicates a number of flash erase command failures.

Recommendations

This parameter is considered informational by the most hardware vendors. Although degradation of this parameter can be an indicator of drive aging and/or potential electromechanical problems, it does not directly indicate imminent drive failure. Regular backup is recommended. Pay closer attention to other parameters and overall drive health.

Attribute ID: 170 (0xAA)

Description

Reserved Block Count S.M.A.R.T. parameter indicates a number of reserved bad block handling.

Recommendations

Although this parameter is not considered critical by the most hardware vendors, degradation of this parameter may indicate electromechanical problems of the disk. Regular backup is recommended. If no other (critical) parameters report a problem, hardware replacement is recommended on mission critical systems only.

Attribute ID: 172 (0xAC)

Description

Erase Fail Count S.M.A.R.T. parameter indicates a number of flash erase command failures.

Recommendations

This parameter is considered informational by the most hardware vendors. Although degradation of this parameter can be an indicator of drive aging and/or potential electromechanical problems, it does not directly indicate imminent drive failure. Regular backup is recommended. Pay closer attention to other parameters and overall drive health.

Attribute ID: 173 (0xAD)

Description

Wear Leveling Count S.M.A.R.T. parameter indicates the worst case erase count.

Recommendations

This parameter is considered informational by the most hardware vendors. Although degradation of this parameter can be an indicator of drive aging and/or potential electromechanical problems, it does not directly indicate imminent drive failure. Regular backup is recommended. Pay closer attention to other parameters and overall drive health.

Attribute ID: 174 (0xAE)

Description

Unexpected Power Loss S.M.A.R.T. parameter indicates a number of unexpected power loss events.

Recommendations

This parameter is considered informational by the most hardware vendors. Although degradation of this parameter can be an indicator of drive aging and/or potential electromechanical problems, it does not directly indicate imminent drive failure. Regular backup is recommended. Pay closer attention to other parameters and overall drive health.

Attribute ID: 178 (0xB2)

Description

Used Reserved Block Count (Chip) S.M.A.R.T. parameter indicates the number of a chip’s used reserved blocks.

Recommendations

This parameter is considered informational by the most hardware vendors. Although degradation of this parameter can be an indicator of drive aging and/or potential electromechanical problems, it does not directly indicate imminent drive failure. Regular backup is recommended. Pay closer attention to other parameters and overall drive health.

Attribute ID: 179 (0xB3)

Description

Used Reserved Block Count (Total) S.M.A.R.T. parameter indicates the worst case erase count.

Recommendations

This parameter is considered informational by the most hardware vendors. Although degradation of this parameter can be an indicator of drive aging and/or potential electromechanical problems, it does not directly indicate imminent drive failure. Regular backup is recommended. Pay closer attention to other parameters and overall drive health.

Attribute ID: 254 (0xFE)

Hard drives, supporting this attribute

Samsung, Seagate, IBM (Hitachi), Fujitsu (not all models), Maxtor, Western Digital (not all models)

Description

Free Fall Protection S.M.A.R.T. parameter indicates a number of free fall events detected by the accelerometer sensor.

Attribute ID: 212 (0xD4)

Hard drives, supporting this attribute

Samsung, Seagate, IBM (Hitachi), Fujitsu (not all models), Maxtor, Western Digital (not all models)

Description

Shock During Write S.M.A.R.T. parameter indicates shock encountered during write operations.

Attribute ID: 205 (0xCD)

Hard drives, supporting this attribute

Samsung, Seagate, IBM (Hitachi), Fujitsu (not all models), Maxtor, Western Digital (not all models)

Description

Thermal Asperity Rate (TAR) S.M.A.R.T. parameter indicates the total number of problems caused by high temperature.

Attribute ID: 195 (0xC3)

Hard drives, supporting this attribute

Samsung, Seagate, IBM (Hitachi), Fujitsu (not all models), Maxtor, Western Digital (not all models)

Description

Hardware ECC Recovered S.M.A.R.T. parameter indicates time between ECC-corrected errors.

Attribute ID: 198 (0xC6)

Hard drives, supporting this attribute

Samsung, Seagate, IBM (Hitachi), Fujitsu (not all models), Maxtor, Western Digital (not all models)

Description

Uncorrectable Sector Count S.M.A.R.T. parameter is a critical parameter and indicates the quantity of uncorrectable errors. The raw value of this attribute indicates the total number of uncorrectable errors when reading/writing a sector.

Attribute ID: 187 (0xBB)

Hard drives, supporting this attribute

Samsung, Seagate, IBM (Hitachi), Fujitsu, Maxtor, Western Digital, Hewlett-Packard

Description

Reported Uncorrectable Errors S.M.A.R.T. parameter indicates a number of errors that could not be recovered using hardware ECC (error-correcting code).

Attribute ID: 188 (0xBC)

Hard drives, supporting this attribute

Samsung, Seagate, IBM (Hitachi), Fujitsu, Maxtor, Western Digital

Description

Command Timeout S.M.A.R.T. parameter indicates a number of aborted operations due to hard disk timeout.

Recommendations

This is a critical parameter. Degradation of this parameter may indicate serious problems with power supply or an oxidized data cable. Urgent data backup and hardware replacement is recommended.

Attribute ID: 100 (0x64)

Hard drives, supporting this attribute

Maxtor

Description

Erase/Program cycles S.M.A.R.T. parameter is a Maxtor attribute.

Recommendations

This parameter is considered informational by the vendor. Although degradation of this parameter can be an indicator of drive aging and/or potential electromechanical problems, it does not directly indicate imminent drive failure. Regular backup is recommended. Pay closer attention to other parameters and overall drive health.

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