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 Post subject: HDDScan - LogFile
PostPosted: July 19th, 2007, 12:01 
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I would like to start HDDScan from Scratch, select a disk to scan and save the logfile automatically. How to do it? The HDDScan.log was not generated in the directory from which I have started HDDScan when finishing the programme.

Thanks and best regards, Ernst


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 Post subject: Re: HDDScan - LogFile
PostPosted: July 19th, 2007, 13:59 
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start help.bat
or HDDScan.exe -h

you have to create command line (bat-file, command line, sceduler etc.)

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 Post subject: Re: HDDScan - LogFile
PostPosted: July 24th, 2007, 4:31 
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Thanks!


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 Post subject: Re: HDDScan - LogFile
PostPosted: July 26th, 2007, 14:05 
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-Command line interpreter—

First command MUST be a drive number ex: 0 or 1 ...
-S Get S.M.A.R.T. data and write to SMART.txt
-AAM x Changing AAM, x=128-254, 0-disable AAM
-ARM x Changing ARM, x=1-254, 0-disable ARM
-PM x CHanging PM timer, x=0-255
-V x y z Verifycation. x= Start LBA y=End LBA or MAX z=Block Size
-R x y z Reading. x=Start LBA y=End LBA or MAX z=Block Size
-Mail x Sending e-mail with report, command take information from mail.ini
x-bit map parameters
bit 0 - it set include HDDScan.log into report
bit 1 - it set include SMART.txt into report
bit 3 and bit 2 -Alert level tor sending report
00 - Always send report
01 - Send report it unstable sectors found
10 - Send report if bad sectors found

Example: HDDScan 0 -AAM 128 -R 0 MAX 256 -S -mail 3


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 Post subject: Re: HDDScan - LogFile
PostPosted: July 26th, 2007, 17:34 
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DG12 wrote:
-Command line interpreter—

First command MUST be a drive number ex: 0 or 1 ...
-S Get S.M.A.R.T. data and write to SMART.txt
-AAM x Changing AAM, x=128-254, 0-disable AAM
-ARM x Changing ARM, x=1-254, 0-disable ARM
-PM x CHanging PM timer, x=0-255
-V x y z Verifycation. x= Start LBA y=End LBA or MAX z=Block Size
-R x y z Reading. x=Start LBA y=End LBA or MAX z=Block Size
-Mail x Sending e-mail with report, command take information from mail.ini
x-bit map parameters
bit 0 - it set include HDDScan.log into report
bit 1 - it set include SMART.txt into report
bit 3 and bit 2 -Alert level tor sending report
00 - Always send report
01 - Send report it unstable sectors found
10 - Send report if bad sectors found

Example: HDDScan 0 -AAM 128 -R 0 MAX 256 -S -mail 3

I can't believe I speaked English so bad :(

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 Post subject: Re: HDDScan - LogFile
PostPosted: July 26th, 2007, 23:29 
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"Speaked"? :lol:


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 Post subject: Re: HDDScan - LogFile
PostPosted: July 27th, 2007, 11:30 
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Steve wrote:
"Speaked"? :lol:

I guess now my English is a little bit better than before
may be I'm wrong :)
Anyway
my Russian is better than yours \m/ 8) \m/
just kidding :)

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 Post subject: Re: HDDScan - LogFile
PostPosted: July 27th, 2007, 22:02 
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-Command line interpreter—

First command MUST be a drive number ex: 0 or 1 ...

-S Get S.M.A.R.T. data and write to SMART.txt

-AAM x x=128-254, 0-disable AAM
(Automatic Acoustic Management)*
-APM x x=1-254, 0-disable APM
(Advanced Power Management)**
-PM x x=0-255
(Power Management standby timeout)***

-V x y z Verifycation. x=Start-LBA. y=End-LBA or MAX z=Block-Size
-R x y z Reading. x=Start-LBA y=End-LBA or MAX z=Block-Size

-Mail x Send e-mail with report, take information from mail.ini
x-bit map parameters
bit 0 - if set include HDDScan.log in report
bit 1 - if set include SMART.txt in report
bit 3 and bit 2 -Alert level for sending report
00 - Always send report
01 - Send report if unstable sectors found
10 - Send report if bad sectors found

Example:
Code:
HDDScan 0 -AAM 128 -R 0 MAX 256 -S -mail 3


Copyright: Rubtsov Artyom
Coding : Rubtsov Artyom and Sudakov Aleksej
Thanks to: Dmitry Postrigan and Sergei Kazanskij


Standards Definition (AT Attachment command set):
http://www.t13.org/Documents/UploadedDo ... A8-ACS.pdf


*AAM Automatic Acoustic Management
Level
Vendor Specific
1-127 Retired
128 Minimum acoustic emanation level
129-253 Intermediate acoustic management levels
254 Maximum performance
255 Reserved

performance may increase with increasing AM levels.
power consumption may decrease with decreasing AM .
AM levels may contain discrete bands. For example, a device may implement one acoustic management method from 80 to BF and a higher performance, higher AM method from level C0 to FE.


**APM
Decimal Level
0 Reserved
1 Minimum power consumption with Standby
2-127 Intermediate power management levels with Standby
128 Minimum power consumption without Standby
129-253 Intermediate power management levels without Standby
254 Maximum performance
255 Reserved

performance may increase with increasing levels.
power consumption may increase with increasing levels.
levels may contain discrete bands.
For example, a device may implement one power management method from 128 to 160 and a higher performance, higher power consumption method from level 161 to 254.

levels 128 and higher do not permit the device to spin down to save power.



***Power Management standby timeout (Table 38)
0 Time-out disabled
1-240 (value * 5) seconds (i.e., 5 seconds to 1200 seconds)
241-251 ((value - 240) * 30) MINUTES (i.e., 30 minutes to 330 minutes)
252 minutes
253 Period between 8 hours and 12 hours
254 Reserved
255 21 min. 15 seconds




http://www.samsung.com/global/business/ ... tSeek.html




This information should also be placed on the web page for HDDSCAN


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