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OKili
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Raw Read Error Rate on Intel S3610s

Hello,

I've provisioned a few servers with a bunch of Intel S3610's and I'm a bit concerned about the "Raw Read Error Rate" values. The tools shows all drives as healthy and there are no other errors as shown as full SMART data pasted below for one drive.

Does these values mean anything?

Thanks

:~# isdct show -smart 01 -intelssd

- SMART Attributes BTHXXXXXXXX800NGN -

- 01 -

Action : Pass

Description : Raw Read Error Rate

ID : 01

Normalized : 130

Raw : 3163710634

Status : 14

Threshold : 39

Worst : 130

- SMART Attributes BTHXXXXXXXX800NGN -

- 01 -

Action : Pass

Description : Raw Read Error Rate

ID : 01

Normalized : 130

Raw : 3158519941

Status : 14

Threshold : 39

Worst : 130

- SMART Attributes BTHXXXXXXXX800NGN -

- 01 -

Action : Pass

Description : Raw Read Error Rate

ID : 01

Normalized : 130

Raw : 3164737702

Status : 14

Threshold : 39

Worst : 130

- SMART Attributes BTHXXXXXXXX800NGN -

- 01 -

Action : Pass

Description : Raw Read Error Rate

ID : 01

Normalized : 130

Raw : 3152729088

Status : 14

Threshold : 39

Worst : 130

- SMART Attributes BTHXXXXXXXX800NGN -

- 01 -

Action : Pass

Description : Raw Read Error Rate

ID : 01

Normalized : 130

Raw : 3161462193

Status : 14

Threshold : 39

Worst : 130

- SMART Attributes BTHXXXXXXXX800NGN -

- 01 -

Action : Pass

Description : Raw Read Error Rate

ID : 01

Normalized : 130

Raw : 3155225677

Status : 14

Threshold : 39

Worst : 130

- SMART Attributes BTHXXXXXXXX800NGN -

- 01 -

Action : Pass

Description : Raw Read Error Rate

ID : 01

Normalized : 130

Raw : 3159076215

Status : 14

Threshold : 39

Worst : 130

- SMART Attributes BTHXXXXXXXX800NGN -

- 01 -

Action : Pass

Description : Raw Read Error Rate

ID : 01

Normalized : 130

Raw : 3156418161

Status : 14

Threshold : 39

Worst : 130

"SMART Attributes BTHXXXXXXXX800NGN":

{

"01":

{

"Action":"Pass",

"Description":"Raw Read Error Rate",

"ID":"01",

"Normalized":130,

"Raw":1925235567,

"Status":14,

"Threshold":39,

"Worst":130

},

"05":

{

"Action":"Pass",

"Description":"Re-allocated Sector Count",

"ID":"05",

"Normalized":100,

"Raw":0,

"Status":51,

"Threshold":1,

"Worst":100

},

"09":

{

"Action":"Pass",

"Description":"Power-On Hours Count",

"ID":"09",

"Normalized":100,

"Raw":353,

"Status":50,

"Threshold":0,

"Worst":100

},

"0C":

{

"Action":"Pass",

"Description":"Power Cycle Count",

"ID":"0C",

"Normalized":100,

"Raw":30,

"Status":50,

"Threshold":0,

"Worst":100

},

"0D":

{

"Action":"Pass",

"Description":"ECC Rate",

"ID":"0D",

"Normalized":119,

"Raw":719184773999,

"Status":30,

"Threshold":0,

"Worst":100

},

"B3":

{

"Action":"Pass",

"Description":"Used reserved block count (total)",

"ID":"B3",

"Normalized":100,

"Raw":0,

"Status":51,

"Threshold":10,

"Worst":100

},

"B4":

{

"Action":"Pass",

"Description":"Unused Reserved block count (total)",

"ID":"B4",

"Normalized":100,

"Raw":17930,

"Status":50,

"Threshold":0,

"Worst":100

},

"B5":

{

"Action":"Pass",

"Description":"Program fail count (total)",

"ID":"B5",

"Normalized":100,

"...

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idata
Community Manager
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Hello Ispirto,

 

 

We were checking with a different data center drive here and we did not have that specific SMART attribute.

 

 

We'll be working on this specifically and we will try to replicate with the same drive you have, please expect an update next week.

 

 

We do agree with you that the values show really nice, so it may not be something to worry about.

 

 

Regards,

 

Nestor C
idata
Community Manager
159 Views

Hello Ispirto,

 

 

Could you please share a screenshot of your SSD's label?

 

Also, do you have the SSD connected to a RAID controller card or directly to the motherboard?

 

 

Please share with us the dump log, you can use this command: Isdct dump –intelssd

 

 

Regards,

 

Nestor C
idata
Community Manager
159 Views

Hello Ispirto,

 

 

We'd like to know if you were able to read our previous post and follow the instructions above?

 

We'll be waiting for your response.

 

 

Regards,

 

Nestor C

 

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