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here's a "one-liner" that Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Wed, 08/19/2009 - 12:37If you use nixCraft, who likes it, helps me with donations: Become a Supporter → Make a contribution via Paypal/Bitcoin → Don't Miss Any Linux and Unix Tips Get nixCraft in your inbox.For information about the manufacturer, if retrievable at all, you need to post a specific command to the device which is easy using hdparm but hard to achieve using no tools$ /sbin/scsiid -g -p 0x80 -s /block/sda OR on RHEL7 # /usr/lib/udev/scsiid -p 0x80 --whitelist /dev/sdaSATA SEAGATE ST31000N9QJ53PCC lsscsi command lsscsi gets information from /proc/scsi/scsi # lsscsi[0:0:0:0] disk ATA HITACHI H7210CA3 A3CB /dev/sda [0:0:1:0] disk ATA SEAGATE ST31000N SU0E /dev/sdb [0:0:2:0] disk ATA HITACHI H7210CA3 A3CB /dev/sdc .[1:0:0:0] disk ATA SEAGATE ST31000N SU0E /dev/sdi Join our community today! Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log inNot the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged linux hard-drive or ask your own questionSo, if you poke around /dev/disk/by-id you can get a model number and look it up onlineI know these names are machine-readable because they are the names the BIOS usesasked 3 years ago viewed 24964 times active 3 years ago Related 9Generate disk usage graphs/charts with CLI only tools in Linux3How to programmatically get info about storage drives in linux? (C# MONO)0Can I retrieve hard drive diagnostics on a Linux System?8Serial number of Hard Disk or Hard Drive7Emulate a hard drive in Linux1Java Code For Pulling Hard Drive Information From Linux2Using Linux host machine, how do I identify the original operating system of any arbitrary connected hard drive.1Retrieving hardware info for Windows and Linux0Is there a bad way to read and write to a hard drive?10How to obtain detailed device / partition info from file path on Linux (like UUID, hard drive serial etc.) Hot Network Questions How to design a fortress in a mountain to keep it hidden, but still have it easy to defend? How does the movie Spirited Away justify its title? What is happening in this video of solvated electrons donated from sodium in ammonia? Can Excel produce a strange but logical sequence of numbers? Is it acceptable to write the electronic Travel Authorization in a free page of your passport? Why can we only "see" reflected light? Why are chemical weapons such a big deal? Should I refactor the code that is marked as "don't change"? Why is it bad to connect internal systems to the Internet? "Wig one," "wig two," "wig three," and "wig four" L-System in Mathematica Why is a mosquito feeding on human blood not a parasite? Slash not tall enough; would like to rescale Dave switched the calculator keys Environment as local namespaces What is the highest supported micro SD capacity for the Nintendo Switch? Are there an equal number of positive and negative numbers? Arithmetic problem for bicolored graphs Getting into canoeing - UK How to align an equation within a begin align block? 17 year old daughter with a 25 year old man How did the man going from/coming to St Ives have seven wives? Looking for a word (or set of words) to describe someone who moves their residence continuously over the years? What is the purpose of USA warning Russia about missile strikes in Syria? more hot questions lang-sh

 

There is some error while displaying pageOpen your terminal and type as hdparm -I /dev/sd?grep -E "Number/dev" shareimprove this answer answered Mar 27 '14 at 11:47 Ten-Coin 1,77321840 Well, but you need to be superuser to use the -I option in hdparmGetting hard disk model and number under Linuxshareimprove this answer answered Aug 11 '12 at 14:07 user697683 271128 Amazing! No external utilities required–Wildcard Nov 15 '15 at 18:59 add a comment up vote 1 down vote Easiest way I know (does not require root): inxi -Dplxx That outputs all disks, their serials, and any extra infoI would not want that either and prefer a way how to read out the ser # without root permissionsOpen the terminal and type the following command to find information about /dev/sda: # hdparm -I /dev/sda OR $ sudo hdparm -I /dev/sda Sample outputs:google search ( function() { if (window.CHITIKA === undefined) { window.CHITIKA = { 'units' : [] }; }; var unit = {"calltype":"async[2]","publisher":"fibrevillage","width":250,"height":250,"sid":"Chitika Default"}; var placementid = window.CHITIKA.units.length; window.CHITIKA.units.push(unit); document.write(' '); }()); See also: Check and list luns attached to HBA in RHEL6 Hot add, remove, rescan of SCSI devices on Linux sginfo command examples Device-Mapper Multipath configuration on linux Linux lsscsi - list SCSI devices (or hosts) and their attributes scsiid examples on RHEL6 scsiid examples on RHEL7 Sysfs Fibre Channel Tools(updated for RHEL6) /proc filesystem on Linux Arcconf command examples ( Adaptec ARRAY Controller ) How to identify which scsi device is the tape media changer on Linux How to tell if a disk is SSD or hdisk on Linux How to use /proc in Bash Linux sysfs Filesystem systool, a useful tool for SAN, as well for sysfs devices New posts Don't forget Fibre Cable specification when checking FC link speed Java problem when accessing to SAN switch How to identify which scsi device is the tape media changer on Linux How to fix linux mdadm inactive array How to collect DDN SFA products diagnostics data Most liked: LSI MegaRAID Patrol read and consistency check How to tell if CPU hyperthreading enabled on Linux Check and list luns attached to HBA in RHEL6 List of Brocade SAN switch CLI command ZFS ARC on Linux, how to set and monitor on Linux? How to check HBA driver, firmware and boot image info on Linux Cli(Command Line interface ) for IBM DS Storage Manager examples ZFS on Linux performance tuning udevadm command examples Arcconf command examples ( Adaptec ARRAY Controller ) How to identify defective DIMM from EDAC error on Linux memory test tools on Centos/RHEL and other linux Curl http commands with WebDAV Check HBA card and its driver's info on linux(RHEL6) MegaCli useful commands with examples lsblk command examples IPMITOOL useful examples .How do I find out the make, model and serial number for my SCSI or IDE hard disks under CentOS Linux server? How do I get vendor information about my disk storage w/o opening my Intel / AMD server chassis? You need to use the hdparm commandWhere,It can provide all information: # sdparm -a /dev/sda # sdparm --vendor sea /dev/sdaIf you know the different brands of hard drives they usually have a listing by modelHow can i get HDD or SSD serial number in linux? Thanks, Sundar.N sundanat View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by sundanat 05-14-2014, 12:56 AM #2 rhoekstra Member Registered: Aug 2004 Location: The Netherlands Distribution: RedHat 2, 3, 4, 5, Fedora, SuSE, Gentoo Posts: 372 Rep: Smartctl -i /dev/sda rhoekstra View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Visit rhoekstra's homepage! Find More Posts by rhoekstra 05-14-2014, 01:11 AM #3 273 LQ Addict Contributing Member Registered: Dec 2011 Location: UK Distribution: Debian Sid AMD64, Raspbian Wheezy, various VMs Posts: 6,426 Rep: or you could try using the output of "hdparm -i /dev/sda"Don't Miss Any Linux and Unix Tips Get nixCraft in your inbox.

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