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Issue with --ignore-attributes #4

SanderDelden opened this issue May 3, 2018 · 1 comment


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commented May 3, 2018


We're facing some issuess with smart-check when trying to ignore certain attributes.
When running the following command:
smart-check /dev/sdf --verbose --ignore-attributes Temperature_Celcius --notices-are-warnings --smartctl-args ''

We still get the following output:
KINGSTON SUV400S37120G: NOTICE: Reallocated_Sector_Ct=2: The drive has a non-zero Raw value, but there is no SMART warning yet. This could be an indication of future failures and/or potential data loss in bad sectors., NOTICE: Temperature_Celsius=100: The temperature of the drive is higher than 50 degrees Celsius. This may shorten its lifespan and cause damage under severe load.; 1 ATA errors found

As you can see the output still contains notices / warnings regarding the drive temperature. Instead of "Temperature_Celsius" we also tried the corresponding ID: 194 with no luck.

Attached is a file with the output from: smartctl -A /dev/sdf


ercpe added a commit that referenced this issue May 4, 2018
…ibutes() call (see #4)

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commented May 4, 2018

The command line argument of --ignore-attributes wasn't passed along. As a result, no attribute could ever be ignored. Version 0.4.2 fixes that - values for --ignore-attributes can either be the number or the name of the attribute.

Please note that you have a typo in the attribute name (it's Celsius).

@ercpe ercpe closed this May 4, 2018
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