Disk Shift Attribute information
Shift of disks towards spindle. The raw value of this attribute indicates how much the disk has shifted. Unit measure is unknown. For more info see G-Force Protection technology description on Seagate website.
NOTE: Shift of disks is possible as a result of a strong shock or a fall, or for other reasons.
Hard drives that support this attribute:
Software that supports this attribute:
ActiveSMART, by Ariolic Software
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The S.M.A.R.T. attributes are specific properties (parameters) of various parts of a hard drive. S.M.A.R.T. uses attributes to monitor the disk condition and to analyze its reliability (e.g.: the “Temperature” attribute indicates the temperature of the hard disk, the “Power-On Hours” attribute indicates the count of hours in a power-on state, etc.) Various manufacturers may use different sets of attributes.
Modern hard disks support a self-monitoring technology called S.M.A.R.T (Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology). This technology allows you to monitor the important parts of hard drives, warning you if their condition is getting worse and data loss is possible. However, in order to use this information, you will need special software which can collect and process it. Active SMART is intended for just this purpose.
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