We started new project - NVMe/SSD/HDD S.M.A.R.T Monitoring.
Please anyone who wanna join testing, try it.
- You can only submit S.M.A.R.T data once per hour to our api.
- Serial Number on view page is now showing as Hidden, so you do not need to worry about the serial number being show to public.
- More to come as this is just testing…
How it works?
Btw we are on github now so you can post issues directly: https://github.com/0xDiSk/NVMe-SSD-HDD-S.M.A.R.T-Monitoring
Little optimized our main site for speed load.
Re-worked readme on github NVMe-SSD-HDD-S.M.A.R.T-Monitoring/README.md at main · 0xDiSk/NVMe-SSD-HDD-S.M.A.R.T-Monitoring · GitHub
Added "thanks section"
Added "does it work section"
Added "page speed tests"
Added "archived links for site and scripts - wayback machine, archive.today"
Finally made the wanted change: Don´t send serial number.
From now on, when you send S.M.A.R.T data to our api, the serial number is removed, means we do not get the serial number in any possible way.
Got a second domain:
Scripts updates will follow. We will keep disk.lol too, its too short to not keep.
Some questions you may have. Why to use our tool.
- You can share with others the disk info
- You can show much hours has been the disk run without any errors
- You can show other when the disk is failing
- You can show temperature chart
- You also will have complete and original (without the serial number) s.m.a.r.t history of your disk(s) when sending s.m.a.r.t data to our api
- Our script also checks the disks in hardware raid, which normally smartctl without scripting it first won´t do
- And also you can get it working on windows, with the same things as above.
- You contribute to our little community of disk fans who love s.m.a.r.t data, who love disks, who love to code things
And finally and not lastly:
No need to convince me, I can read bash and see what the script does.
This isn’t that other place that’s full of professional shitpostings.
What might be interesting is to see the correlation between disk temp / disk hours and disk failures.