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 Post subject: R. tester 1.14.7
PostPosted: October 10th, 2017, 4:33 
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Hi

i founded this tool on russian site rlab 8-)

with this tool you can send ata commands to all hdds :D

Supported drive types:

HDD,
SSD,
SSHD,
USB Flash/USB SSD.

Supported interfaces:

ATA -universally (PATA, SATA, ZIF, CE-ATA, etc.);
SCSI -universally (SCSI, SAS, SSA, FC-AL, iSCSI);
USB -universally (USB, FireWire, and Thunderbolt).

Translated Page

http://www.microsofttranslator.com/bv.a ... ester.html

Download Link

http://rlab.ru/download/R.tester.zip

Enjoy

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 Post subject: R.tester
PostPosted: October 10th, 2017, 5:45 
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A couple of important notes:

1) Please note this is an alpha-version of R.tester, hence we did not announce it yet anyhow.
But since this topic is here, here's the correct link to program description (in Russian):

https://rlab.ru/tools/rtester.html

2) Despite the alpha development stage, it works, so please feel free to use it, but don't be too surprised if there are any glitches.

Soon we will create an official description and support section for R.tester with more details about its functionality and usage.

Once we have something closer to stable release, I will surely mention that separately.


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 Post subject: Re: R.tester
PostPosted: October 10th, 2017, 5:55 
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Dmitri wrote:
A couple of important notes:

1) Please note this is an alpha-version of R.tester, hence we did not announce it yet anyhow.
But since this topic is here, here's the correct link to program description (in Russian):

https://rlab.ru/tools/rtester.html

2) Despite the alpha development stage, it works, so please feel free to use it, but don't be too surprised if there are any glitches.

Soon we will create an official description and support section for R.tester with more details about its functionality and usage.

Once we have something closer to stable release, I will surely mention that separately.


thanks for your notes :D :D :D

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 Post subject: Re: R. tester 1.14.7
PostPosted: October 10th, 2017, 7:12 
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Thanks, it looks extremely handy.

If you could translate the Diag settings window, I'd be grateful :-)

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 Post subject: Re: R. tester 1.14.7
PostPosted: October 10th, 2017, 12:27 
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northwind wrote:
Thanks, it looks extremely handy.

If you could translate the Diag settings window, I'd be grateful :-)


Hi

OK I translating program for you!!! :) :) :)

if you have sediv full or any tool that cut seagate head for me please send download link for me in pm :D :D :D

Thanks

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 Post subject: Re: R. tester 1.14.7
PostPosted: October 10th, 2017, 13:29 
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northwind wrote:
Thanks, it looks extremely handy.

If you could translate the Diag settings window, I'd be grateful :-)


Hi

I Translated Diag Settings For You :D :D :D

Enjoy it 8) 8) 8)

Please send download link of sediv or any tools that cut head for seagate f3 in pm

Thanks

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Attachments:
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 Post subject: Re: R. tester 1.14.7
PostPosted: October 10th, 2017, 15:32 
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ATA terminal is not working / not implemented.

You can use Bus Hound for sending ATA commands to the drive instead :

http://perisoft.net/bushound/

Looks like there will be some plugins with VSCs for R-Tester...

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 Post subject: Re: R. tester 1.14.7
PostPosted: October 10th, 2017, 15:39 
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Why don't you contact ICCSYS and buy full SeDiv ?

No-One will send you FULL SeDiv by mail because there are no pirated SeDiv and even if there were no-one would send it to you !!!

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 Post subject: Re: R. tester 1.14.7
PostPosted: October 10th, 2017, 15:49 
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Spildit wrote:
Why don't you contact ICCSYS and buy full SeDiv ?

No-One will send you FULL SeDiv by mail because there are no pirated SeDiv and even if there were no-one would send it to you !!!

:twisted: :twisted: :twisted:


$300 for sediv!!! :lol: :lol: :lol:
sediv developer stoled codes and vscs from pc3000 and mrt to creating sediv and sell it to innocent people :evil: :evil: :evil:
in fact sediv is a pirated copy of mrt and pc3000 with different gui :roll: :roll: :roll:

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 Post subject: Re: R. tester 1.14.7
PostPosted: October 10th, 2017, 16:07 
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mmzhr wrote:
Spildit wrote:
Why don't you contact ICCSYS and buy full SeDiv ?

No-One will send you FULL SeDiv by mail because there are no pirated SeDiv and even if there were no-one would send it to you !!!

:twisted: :twisted: :twisted:


$300 for sediv!!! :lol: :lol: :lol:
sediv developer stoled codes and vscs from pc3000 and mrt to creating sediv and sell it to innocent people :evil: :evil: :evil:
in fact sediv is a pirated copy of mrt and pc3000 with different gui :roll: :roll: :roll:


It's not .....

Also the first version of SeDiv worked with ST-10 only and was published years before MRT pro ...

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 Post subject: Re: R. tester 1.14.7
PostPosted: October 10th, 2017, 16:12 
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Spildit wrote:
It's not .....

Also the first version of SeDiv worked with ST-10 only and was published years before MRT pro ...

I agree


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 Post subject: Re: R. tester 1.14.7
PostPosted: October 14th, 2017, 17:32 
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I do like the concept of this tool but i DON'T like the fact that they did rip HRT / HDD.exe code to create this tool ....

They are even using .ini files and decoding rules for S.M.A.R.T. / drive ID that were "stolen" from HRT / HDD.exe ....

Example :

Code:
PIO modes supported=64 DEC 0 0xFF
Minimum multiword DMA transfer cycle time (ns) per word=65 DEC 0 0xffff
Manufacturer_s recommended multiword DMA cycle time (ns)=66 DEC 0 0xffff
Manufacturer_s PIO cycle time (ns) without flow control=67 DEC 0 0xffff
Manufacturer_s PIO cycle time (ns) with flow control=68 DEC 0 0xffff


:twisted: :twisted: :twisted:

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 Post subject: Re: R. tester 1.14.7
PostPosted: October 15th, 2017, 19:40 
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northwind wrote:
Thanks, it looks extremely handy.

If you could translate the Diag settings window, I'd be grateful :-)

northwind
Sure, the initial plan was to break it in on the domestic market before the stable international release, but since there's an interest, we will prepare a detailed description and support section in English without waiting for that.

I will make a good (not automated) translation of the Diag window maybe not within the days, but within the next week or two. Have quite a lot on my plate at the moment.


Spildit wrote:
they did rip HRT / HDD.exe code to create this tool ....

They are even using .ini files and decoding rules for S.M.A.R.T. / drive ID that were "stolen" from HRT / HDD.exe

Spildit
Are you sure you know the history of HDD.EXE Team and HDD Research Group and their work well enough to make bold statements like this?


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 Post subject: Re: R. tester 1.14.7
PostPosted: October 15th, 2017, 23:59 
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Dmitri wrote:
northwind
Sure, the initial plan was to break it in on the domestic market before the stable international release, but since there's an interest, we will prepare a detailed description and support section in English without waiting for that.

I will make a good (not automated) translation of the Diag window maybe not within the days, but within the next week or two. Have quite a lot on my plate at the


Sure, sounds great. Thanks!

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 Post subject: Re: R. tester 1.14.7
PostPosted: October 16th, 2017, 3:03 
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What SW is stealing what?

Spildit wrote:
I do like the concept of this tool but i DON'T like the fact that they did rip HRT / HDD.exe code to create this tool ....

They are even using .ini files and decoding rules for S.M.A.R.T. / drive ID that were "stolen" from HRT / HDD.exe ....

Example :

Code:
PIO modes supported=64 DEC 0 0xFF
Minimum multiword DMA transfer cycle time (ns) per word=65 DEC 0 0xffff
Manufacturer_s recommended multiword DMA cycle time (ns)=66 DEC 0 0xffff
Manufacturer_s PIO cycle time (ns) without flow control=67 DEC 0 0xffff
Manufacturer_s PIO cycle time (ns) with flow control=68 DEC 0 0xffff


:twisted: :twisted: :twisted:

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 Post subject: Re: R. tester 1.14.7
PostPosted: October 16th, 2017, 6:29 
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Spildit wrote:
I do like the concept of this tool but i DON'T like the fact that they did rip HRT / HDD.exe code to create this tool ....

They are even using .ini files and decoding rules for S.M.A.R.T. / drive ID that were "stolen" from HRT / HDD.exe ....

Example :

Code:
PIO modes supported=64 DEC 0 0xFF
Minimum multiword DMA transfer cycle time (ns) per word=65 DEC 0 0xffff
Manufacturer_s recommended multiword DMA cycle time (ns)=66 DEC 0 0xffff
Manufacturer_s PIO cycle time (ns) without flow control=67 DEC 0 0xffff
Manufacturer_s PIO cycle time (ns) with flow control=68 DEC 0 0xffff


:twisted: :twisted: :twisted:


First of all,
I'm the author of the R.tester tool and "Hi All!"

Please, read my comments below.

1. I'm technically not able to stole anything from (a-ha-ha) HRT (non-unique crap, based on HDD.EXE Team code, btw) or even HDD.EXE - because I was one of the leading developer in HDD.EXE Team years ago and mostly all of really sexy things and features was made by me. Including lots of INI files and parts of their design, INFO sections, good SMART description, etc., etc.
BVG got the HDD.EXE source code and INI-files without my permission.
Welcome to dark side of the HRT. I don't care for now, let it be.

In brief: I can't stole the things which was my own from the beginning :)

2. Because of the item 1, I'm free to do anything I want with my old/legacy stuff in any of my modern projects. And I will.
Thus, you have no any reason for such crazy rumours or ideas like in your original post.
If you have any questions - email me directly, what's the problem? :)
I never being a John Doe (Mr. Unknown) like mostly all the persons do in the Internet.
You can always find my contact details in "About" dialog or ask RLAB.

3. R.tester - is a very specific project which I basically started for own use and then convert it into "public" project after few good discussions with my colleague.

No, I have no any targets in competing with any other tools. I do what I want to make my tool good.
No, No one paid for this development. If you want to help - test it and send me your ideas, comments, suggestions or bug reports :)
No, There is nothing to hack in R.tester, don't wast your time. If you have a questions like "how things are made" - just ask me directly.

Yes, R.tester core can do much more than currently available in public version. Basically, new options appear as they complete their testing.
Yes, Some good stuff are not planned to be available in public version and will be offered later for commercial use only.
Yes, I plan to unlock plug-in support in near future. This will allow you to develop your own "secret" :) features.
Yes, R.tester can operate with every known vendor-unique protocol for almost all devices including NVMe
- SCSI Command exerciser allow you to send ANY SCSI-based command to the device, incl. SAT12/SAT16 (ATA transport)
- ATA Command exerciser is ready for a while, but I'm still not decided yet to unlock it or not. There are some tricky moments doing ATA over non-native transport.
Yes, Terminal (serial debug port support) option will be unlocked soon.

As as said above: if you have any questions, good ideas, comments, bug reports - email me directly.

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 Post subject: Re: R. tester 1.14.7
PostPosted: October 16th, 2017, 14:28 
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Dmitri wrote:
Spildit
Are you sure you know the history of HDD.EXE Team and HDD Research Group and their work well enough to make bold statements like this?


I just compared the way R.Tester decodes S.M.A.R.T. and drive ID (passport) and the way the decoding rules work are exactly the same HDD.EXE / HRT uses for the same functions.

It doesn't have anything to do with knowing the history of HDD.EXE Team or even BVG, it's just a question of comparing software.

Also your .ini contains exactly the same decoding rules that are present on HRT smart.ini and info.ini

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Dmitri wrote:
Spildit
Are you sure you know the history of HDD.EXE Team and HDD Research Group and their work well enough to make bold statements like this?


I would love to know more. Maybe you can clarify us ?

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 Post subject: Re: R. tester 1.14.7
PostPosted: October 16th, 2017, 14:53 
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Spildit wrote:
I do like the concept of this tool but i DON'T like the fact that they did rip HRT / HDD.exe code to create this tool ....

They are even using .ini files and decoding rules for S.M.A.R.T. / drive ID that were "stolen" from HRT / HDD.exe ....

Example :

Code:
PIO modes supported=64 DEC 0 0xFF
Minimum multiword DMA transfer cycle time (ns) per word=65 DEC 0 0xffff
Manufacturer_s recommended multiword DMA cycle time (ns)=66 DEC 0 0xffff
Manufacturer_s PIO cycle time (ns) without flow control=67 DEC 0 0xffff
Manufacturer_s PIO cycle time (ns) with flow control=68 DEC 0 0xffff


:twisted: :twisted: :twisted:


First of all,
I'm the author of the R.tester tool and "Hi All!".

Please, read my comments below.

1. I'm technically not able to stole anything from (a-ha-ha) HRT (which is based on the original HDD.EXE Team sources, btw) or even HDD.EXE - because I was one of the leading developer in the HDD.EXE Team years ago and lots of really nice things and features was made by me. Including parts of INI files and their re-design, INFO sections, good SMART description, etc., etc.

In brief: I can't stole the things which was my own (somehow or other) from the beginning :)

2. Because of the #1, I'm free to do anything I want with my old/legacy stuff in any of my modern projects. And I will.
Thus, you have no any reason for such crazy rumours or ideas like in your original post.
If you have any questions - email me directly, what's the problem? :)
I never being a John Doe (Mr. Unknown) like mostly all the persons do in the Internet.
You can always find my contact details in "About" dialog or ask RLAB.

3. R.tester - is a very specific project which I basically started for own use and then convert it into "public" project after few good discussions with my colleague.

No, I have no any targets in competing with any other tools. I do what I want to make my tool good.
No, No one paid for this development. If you want to help - test it and send me your ideas, comments, suggestions or bug reports :)
No, There is nothing to hack in R.tester, don't wast your time. If you have a questions like "how things are made" - just ask me directly.

Yes, R.tester core can do much more than currently available in public version. Basically, new options appear as they complete their testing.
Yes, Some good stuff are not planned to be available in public version and will be offered later for commercial use only.
Yes, I plan to unlock plug-in support in near future. This will allow you to develop your own "secret" :) features.
Yes, R.tester can operate with every known vendor-unique protocol for almost all devices including NVMe
- SCSI Command exerciser allow you to send ANY SCSI-based command to the device, incl. SAT12/SAT16 (ATA transport)
- ATA Command exerciser is ready for a while, but I'm still not decided yet to unlock it or not. There are some tricky moments doing ATA over non-native transport.
Yes, Terminal (serial debug port support) option will be unlocked soon.

As as said above: if you have any questions, good ideas, comments, bug reports - email me directly.

Kind regards,
Mikhail Mavritsin


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 Post subject: Re: R. tester 1.14.7
PostPosted: October 17th, 2017, 4:41 
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Ommm...
Sorry for duplicated posts above, it's happened by mistake... :?:


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