OMV5 (5.3.2-1) is logging a "useless" NVMe property that leads to scary SMART alert emails that make me worry for no reason.
Here is what I am talking about.
This message was generated by the smartd daemon running on: host name: [blip] DNS domain: [blop] The following warning/error was logged by the smartd daemon: Device: /dev/disk/by-id/nvme-SPCC_M.2_PCIe_SSD_SerialNumberRemoved, number of Error Log entries increased from 40 to 42 Device info: SPCC M.2 PCIe SSD, S/N:SerialNumberRemoved, FW:ECFM13.1, NSID:1, 256 GB For details see host's SYSLOG.
This drive is new, and I've checked its health with other tools, and obviously it's doing great.
The report is referring to Error Information Log Entries. A quick search reveals it is not due to the drive health.
Some interesting discussion here from bugs.debian.org.
I am no expert of this tool but does somebody know what could be done, like tellling the utility to ignore this value (maybe it's not NVMe aware)?
Honestly I want SMART enabled for this drive, but only for real warnings.