Dell 1420n and Load_Cycle_Count
tgederberg at sbcglobal.net
Mon Nov 19 13:15:35 CST 2007
Why would my numbers be any higher than other 1420n users? If this is a known issue with this system, it seems like Dell should issue instructions on how to correct it.
Antoine Cailliau <antoinecailliau at gmail.com> wrote: It is too big ;)
You have to check params of hdparm. Try values as 255 or 254.
(See power.sh in acpi folder, hdparm.conf, etc...)
On Mon, 2007-11-19 at 10:23 -0800, Thomas Gederberg wrote:
> I have a Dell 1420n with Ubuntu 1420n (had it about 2 months).
> Overall, I am very satisfied with it. However, I have been reading
> about issues with Ubuntu and notebook hard drives. From what I've
> read, most hard drives have a spec limit of about 600,000 Load Cycles.
> I just started monitoring the Load_Cycle_Count on my 1420n and it is
> increasing rapidly - somewhere around 300-600 per day. Is this
> unusual - or is this to be expected.
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