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Object Name OID Type Access Info
Characteristics of the disk information
               diskTable no-access
Synology disk table
                   diskEntry no-access
For all disk entry
                       diskIndex integer32 no-access
The index of disk table
                       diskID octet string read-only
Synology disk ID The ID of disk is assigned by disk Station.
                       diskModel octet string read-only
Synology disk model name The disk model name will be showed here.
                       diskType octet string read-only
Synology disk type The type of disk will be showed here, including SATA, SSD and so on.
                       diskStatus integer32 read-only
Synology disk status Each meanings of status represented describe below. Normal(1): The hard disk functions normally. Initialized(2): The hard disk has system partition but no data. NotInitialized(3): The hard disk does not have system in system partition. SystemPartitionFailed(4): The system partitions on the hard disks are damaged. Crashed(5): The hard disk has damaged.
                       diskTemperature integer32 read-only
Synology disk temperature The temperature of each disk uses Celsius degree.
The compliance statement for synoDisk entities which implement the SYNOLOGY DISK MIB.
A collection of objects providing basic information of an synology disk entity.