maximus wrote:pclab wrote:Tried it today, but couldn't make it work...
[email protected]:~/Transferências/hddsupertool-1.1-1.0$ sudo hddsupertool -t /dev/sdf -f ata_scan_device.txt
sudo: hddsupertool: command not found
The command is right, yes?
maximus wrote:The scripting is very powerful. Could it do that? Actually, maybe, but I am not sure about about the overhead. I will have to think about that. And that could be a lot of work to put into making a script when I could be spending that time on the real thing. But I guess it comes down to being able to produce something productive in the least amount of time.
Jared wrote:maximus wrote:Jared wrote:Edit: To clarify, it can perform soft resets. A hard reset is a power cycle. I don't think this can be done with a software only tool.
No, there's a difference between a hard reset and a power cycle. Hard reset tells the drive to reinitialize and reload it's service area, while I don't know the specific command, it can be issued via ATA.
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