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I'm not aware of any such changes. Could you please try the equivalent command using the Intel® SSD Data Center Tool?
- Download: Intel® SSD Data Center Tool
- User Guide: https://www.intel.com/content/dam/support/us/en/documents/solid-state-drives/ssd-software/Intel_SSD_DCT_3_0_x_User_Guide.pdf
- Command: isdct show -intelssd MaximumLBA
I believe you should be able to reference the following user guide sections for syntax and other details:
- 2.1 Show Device Information (Page 12)
- 188.8.131.52 Return Data (Starts on Page 13, but info is at the bottom of page 14: isdct show -intelssd [index number] MaximumLBA)
- 184.108.40.206 Properties (Page 37).
- 4.10 Change Maximum LBA Page 57 (examples)
Do let us know if you would like us to provide more detail on any of these points.
Yes, I the pointer you gave to the Intel SSD Data Center Tool is helpful, thank you. I very much appreciate that this tool runs on Linux. I'd been under the mistaken impression that only Windows & ISO boot tools were available. Unfortunately I haven't yet gotten around to trying the tool. Other projects have taken priority. Until I confirm that HPA remains available with G2010160 firmware, I'm simply holding off upgrading my other S3710's firmware.
The Intel SSD DC Tool is very versatile. Once you're able to get familiar with it's features, I'm sure you will get to like it as much as we do.
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