How To Check Bad Blocks Or Bad Sectors On a Hard Disk In Linux

Badblocks command is used on a disk or partition to check whether any bad blocks are present.

A bad sector/block, it’s a section on a disk drive or flash memory that can not be read from or written to anymore, as a result of a fixed physical damage on the disk surface or failed flash memory transistors.

Note : Smartctl command is part of tthe smartmontools package.

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7 Comments

Querno Tv

May 7, 2020

nice wallpaper

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Misson Condor

May 7, 2020

Nice 👍 Thank you

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parshuram kattimani

May 7, 2020

Very helpful video…..

Nice explained….

Thanks

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ultrahalf

May 7, 2020

How would i block those sector?

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Byron Smith

May 7, 2020

Thanks for the video. What wallpaper is that, by the way? It looks neat.

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Franc Dollar

May 7, 2020

Do you have to be in root to make this work? Does the same command work for Mac? This was really helpful thanks

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Ruben Poghosyan

May 7, 2020

Wtf are you storing on those hard drives ?

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