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On the next image you can see I have two HDD Toshiba HDWE150

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However on SMART section (or Sensor section) is only showing one of them:

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Someone can explain me what is happening?

Both disks are identical (were bought on the same order) but only one bring sensor temperature? Or is some setting disabled for the other disk on the BIOS?

 

 

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3 hours ago, drunkly said:

On the next image you can see I have two HDD Toshiba HDWE150

However on SMART section (or Sensor section) is only showing one of them:

Someone can explain me what is happening?

Both disks are identical (were bought on the same order) but only one bring sensor temperature? Or is some setting disabled for the other disk on the BIOS?

That's a known limitation of AMD RAID drivers.  They provide ATA passthrough and SMART information only for the first drive of the RAID array.

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Thank you for the explanation, I'm using a RAID 0 for 2 NVME disks but I'm not using Raid for the SATA disks. I have tried to disable the SATA RAID but this disable also my NVME RAID which I need to boot the system.

I would like to try creating an array with only 1 disk for each Toshiba disk (if that is possible) and check if then the SMART temperature is showing but I'm afraid that this will delete all the backups I have stored on this disks.

I will try it on a future if this become an option.

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On 7/19/2019 at 4:40 AM, Fiery said:

That's a known limitation of AMD RAID drivers.  They provide ATA passthrough and SMART information only for the first drive of the RAID array. mcdvoice

thanks it provided me a hint to my problem 

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