On 9/25/19 11:56 AM, Frédéric wrote:
> Check that the drive actually is faulty before discarding it.
> Filesystem corruptions can happen without it being the drive's fault.
I did force fsck but it did not seem to do anything or it is so quick
that I did not see anything.
Anyway to perform a deep check?
I put the disk in a USB3 box and bought a new one. I know that SSD
disks loose memory with time. I wonder how this works and I thought
that maybe if I reformat the disk, I will be able to use it again.
I don't recall if you mentioned the model of SSD you have. I wonder if it has SMART
What is the output of
sudo smartctl --all /dev/sdX
where X is the device identifier.
If simple questions can be answered with a simple google query then why are there so many