I just bought 2 new HP 146GB scsi disks and inserted them to my HP MSA 30. All seems be ok, but one of the disks (SCSI Port 2, Drive ID 5) got some SMART attributes not null and on the other disk (SCSI Port 1, Drive ID 5) they are null. I'm talking about these attributes: Test 2, Test 3, Test 4, Seeks, Re-mapped.
The point here is, that the disk is brand new. The SMART of it should be like the SMART of the first one in the log. But its not. And I'm trying to figure out, what are those non zero attributes (the tests and seeks) about. And if its ok to have re-mapped sectors, that were most probably re-mapped in factory, on new disk.
Ok sorry about slacking . I was thinking, that the fact what are the values isn't such important as the fact, that there are some values where they usually should not be. But most probably I was wrong.
So the servis time of both disks is about 15 hours. How many blocks were read or write isn't important, the value is very low. So I'm jumping to the attributes seeks, tests(2,3,4) and re-mapped. On the "OK" disk they are zero. on the other one they are:
Factory Since Power
Seeks - 704 176
Test 2 - 4 4
Test 3 - 47 47
Test 4 - 78 79
Re-mapped - 3037 0
Unfortunately HDTune is not supporting Linux so I can't install it and we don't have any other computer here that got SCSI adapter and is running Windows. I'm using HP Array Diagnostic Utility to generate those logs.