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RE: [vox-tech] Hard Disk Info



Thanks a lot Guys!
I'll check those "T's" options.  I didn't notice that the first line of
hdparm -I is the model ID of the HD, Duh!

Alfredo


-----Original Message-----

ALLO (Alfredo Lopez) wrote:

>Hi,
>Is there a way to query a system and get the HD speed?
>I tried "hdparm -I" but I does not reports the speed. Is there another 
>command that will give that info without opening the case.  I am 
>interested in getting info on one of our remote servers that is why I 
>am emailing instead of opening the case :-))
>
>Thanks in advance,
>
>Alfredo
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Hello Alfred,

The option I usually use is hdparm -i or -I to get the actual hard drive 
information.  This may give you the manufacturer and model number.  With 
the info you can look up the drive on the manufacturers web site to get 
the specifications on the drive.  If you do a man hdparm you will get 
more information on the -i and -I options.

Hope this helps,
Stephen

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