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Object Name OID Type Access Info
Characteristics of the disk SMART information
               synologyDiskSMARTTable no-access
Table of disk SMART data.
                   diskSMARTEntry no-access
An entry containing a disk SMART information
                       diskSMARTInfoIndex integer32 no-access
SMART info index
                       diskSMARTInfoDevName octet string no-access
SMART info device name
                       diskSMARTAttrName octet string no-access
SMART attribute name
                       diskSMARTAttrId integer32 no-access
SMART attribute ID
                       diskSMARTAttrCurrent integer32 no-access
SMART attribute current value
                       diskSMARTAttrWorst integer32 no-access
SMART attribute worst value
                       diskSMARTAttrThreshold integer32 no-access
SMART attribute threshold value
                       diskSMARTAttrRaw integer32 no-access
SMART attribute raw value
                       diskSMARTAttrStatus octet string no-access
SMART attribute status
The compliance statement for storage IO entities which implement the SYNOLOGY SMART MIB.
A collection of objects providing basic information of an synology disk SMART entity.