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Bad, Fail, and Run: --dco-restore Reset all drive settings, features, and accessible capacities back to capabilities. This command will fail if DCO is n maximum size restriction has also been set. This is EXTREMELY DANGEROUS and will very likely cause massive loss of data DO NOT USE THIS COMMAND. --direct Use the kernel'S "O DIRECT" flag when performing a t timing test. This bypasses the page cache, causing the reads to go directly from the drive into hdparm's buffers, using so-called "raw" I/O.In many cases, this can produce results that appear much faster than the usual page cache method, giving aw device and driver performance. DANGEROUS, DON'T EVEN THINK ABOUT USING IT. This option causes hdparm to issue an IDENTIFY command to the kernel, but incorrectly marked as a left with its DataReQust (DRQ) line "stuck" high. This confuses the kernel drivers, and may crash uata loss. The option exists to help in testing and fortifying the kernel against similar real-world drive mal- the systen Immeuiately witn mas functions. VERY DANGEROUS, DO NOT USE!! fwdownload When used, this should be the only option given. It requires a file path immediately after the option, indicating where the new drive firmware should be read from. The contents of this file will be sent to the drive using the (S)ATA DOWNLOAD MICROCODE command-sing either transfer protocol 7 (entire file at once), or, if the dri both the drive and all data on it. DO NOT USE THIS COMMAND. The --fwdownload-mode3 , --fwdownload-mode3-max , a basic --fwdownload allow overriding only. rotocol1 3 (segmented download). This command is EXTREMELY DANGEROuS nd could destroy u u W AN, a u-mode7 variations on n in favour of forcing hdparm to use a specific transfer protocol, for testing purposes Sync and flush the buffer cache for the device on exit. This operation is also performed internally as part of the t and T timings and other options Get/set sector count for multiple sector I/O on the drive. A setting of 胃 disables this feature . Multiple sector mode (aka IDE Block Mode), 1: interrupt, rather than the usual one sector per interrupt. When this feature is enabled, it typically reduces operating system overhead for di 5% to 50%. Some drives, however (most notably the WD Caviar series), seem to run slower with multiple mode enabled. Your mileage may vary. M( be possible, depending on the drive. A setting of 16 or 32 seems optimal on many systems. Western Digital recommends lower settings of 4 to 8 The -i optio ng rted b installed drive (look for MaxMultsect in the output) drives claim ve filesystem corruption --make-bad-sector Deliberately create a bad sector (ak. "media error") on the disk parameter after the option. Depending on the device, hdparm will choose (2008) may support the new WRITE_UNCORRECTABLE_EXT command, which works for any LBA48 sector. If available, hdparm will use that in preferer bad sector should behave. By default, it will look like any other bad sector, and the drive may take some time to retry and fail on subsequent k. EXCEPTIONALLY DANGEROUS. DO NOT USE THIS OPTION!!This can be useful sector. The WRITE di ng. Most mo Do NO ng DANGEROUS DANGEROUS.Do em BIOS ng ng ng rge RAID DANGEROUS ng State Drives (SSDs EXCEPTIONALLY DANGEROUS. DO NOT USE THIS OPTION!! Tells the drive firmware to discard unneeded data sectors, destroying any data that may have been present within them. Thi ector range pairs immediately after the option: For So for immediate use by the firmw media. This option expects r mor max no intervening DANGEROUS. DO NO ng ng 0 One of my favorite things about Linux - you can totally fuck yourself, but you've been warned! (hdparm man page)
Bad, Fail, and Run: --dco-restore
 Reset all drive settings, features, and accessible capacities back to
 capabilities. This command will fail if DCO is
 n maximum size restriction has also been set. This is EXTREMELY DANGEROUS and will very likely cause massive loss of data
 DO NOT USE THIS COMMAND.
 --direct
 Use the kernel'S "O DIRECT" flag when performing a t timing test. This bypasses the page cache, causing the reads to go directly from the drive into
 hdparm's buffers, using so-called "raw" I/O.In many cases, this can produce results that appear much faster than the usual page cache method, giving
 aw device and driver performance.
 DANGEROUS, DON'T EVEN THINK ABOUT USING IT. This option causes hdparm to issue an IDENTIFY command to the kernel, but incorrectly marked as a
 left with its DataReQust (DRQ) line "stuck" high. This confuses the kernel drivers, and may crash
 uata loss. The option exists to help in testing and fortifying the kernel against similar real-world drive mal-
 the systen Immeuiately witn mas
 functions. VERY DANGEROUS, DO NOT USE!!
 fwdownload
 When used, this should be the only option given. It requires a file path immediately after the option, indicating where the new drive firmware should
 be read from. The contents of this file will be sent to the drive using the (S)ATA DOWNLOAD MICROCODE command-sing either transfer protocol 7
 (entire file at once), or, if the dri
 both the drive and all data on it. DO NOT USE THIS COMMAND. The --fwdownload-mode3 , --fwdownload-mode3-max , a
 basic --fwdownload allow overriding
 only.
 rotocol1 3 (segmented download). This command is EXTREMELY DANGEROuS nd could destroy
 u u W AN, a u-mode7 variations on
 n in favour of forcing hdparm to use a specific transfer protocol, for testing purposes
 Sync and flush the buffer cache for the device on exit. This operation is also performed internally as part of the t and T timings and other
 options
 Get/set sector count for multiple sector I/O on the drive. A setting of 胃 disables this feature . Multiple sector mode (aka IDE Block Mode), 1:
 interrupt, rather than the usual one sector per interrupt. When this feature is enabled, it typically reduces operating system overhead for di
 5% to 50%. Some drives, however (most notably the WD Caviar series), seem to run slower with multiple mode enabled. Your mileage may vary. M(
 be possible, depending on the drive. A setting of 16 or 32 seems optimal on many systems. Western Digital recommends lower settings of 4 to 8
 The -i optio
 ng
 rted b
 installed drive (look for MaxMultsect in the output)
 drives claim
 ve filesystem corruption
 --make-bad-sector
 Deliberately create a bad sector (ak. "media error") on the disk
 parameter after the option. Depending on the device, hdparm will choose
 (2008) may support the new WRITE_UNCORRECTABLE_EXT command, which works for any LBA48 sector. If available, hdparm will use that in preferer
 bad sector should behave. By default, it will look like any other bad sector, and the drive may take some time to retry and fail on subsequent
 k. EXCEPTIONALLY DANGEROUS. DO NOT USE THIS OPTION!!This can be useful
 sector. The WRITE
 di
 ng. Most mo
 Do NO
 ng
 DANGEROUS
 DANGEROUS.Do
 em BIOS
 ng
 ng
 ng
 rge RAID
 DANGEROUS
 ng
 State Drives (SSDs
 EXCEPTIONALLY DANGEROUS. DO NOT USE THIS OPTION!! Tells the drive firmware to discard unneeded data sectors, destroying any data that may have been present within them. Thi
 ector range pairs immediately after the option:
 For So
 for immediate use by the firmw
 media. This option expects
 r mor
 max
 no intervening
 DANGEROUS. DO NO
 ng
 ng
 0
One of my favorite things about Linux - you can totally fuck yourself, but you've been warned! (hdparm man page)

One of my favorite things about Linux - you can totally fuck yourself, but you've been warned! (hdparm man page)

The Middle, Mind, and Bra: Went out in public accidentally wearing a padded bra(mtf havent started trasitioning) realized this in the middle of the store. Me exteranlly: stay calm and natural. My mind internally:
The Middle, Mind, and Bra: Went out in public accidentally wearing a padded bra(mtf havent started trasitioning) realized this in the middle of the store. Me exteranlly: stay calm and natural. My mind internally:

Went out in public accidentally wearing a padded bra(mtf havent started trasitioning) realized this in the middle of the store. Me exteranll...

Advice, Bad, and Doctor: How Well Do You Know Your Shit? When you poop, the little brown blob in your toilet bowl is what's left of the food after your body has absorbed all the nutrients it needs from it. Hi Pooping is vital to your health as it's your body's natural way of expelling the waste that it doesn't need. That's why how your poop looks and smells can also give clues to what's going on inside your body Textures of poo Separate hard lumps, like nuts You're lacking fibre and fluids. Drink more water and chomp on some fruits and veggies Sausage-shaped, smooth and softWatery, no solid pieces, all liquid Optimal poop! You're doing fine! You're having diarrhoea! This is probably caused by some sort of infection and diarrhoea is your body's way of cleaning it out. Make sure you drink lots of liquids to replace the liquids lost otherwise you might find yourself dehydrated! Sausage-shaped but lumpy Not as serious as separate hard lumps, but you need to load up on fluids and fibre. Soft blobs with clear-cut edges Not too bad. Pretty normal if you're pooping multiple times a day Sausage-shaped but with cracks on surface This is normal, but the cracks mean you could still up your intake of water Fluffy pieces with ragged edges, a mushy stool You're on the edge of normal This type of poop is on its way to becoming diarrhoea. Soft and sticks to the side of the toilet bowl Presence of too much oil, which could mean that your body isn't absorbing the fats properly. Diseases like chronic pancreatitis prevent your body from properly absorbing fat. Shades of poop Brown: You're fine naturally brown due to the bile produced in your liver Green: Food may be moving through Yellow: Greasy, foul-smelling yellow your large intestine too quickly. Or youpoop indicates excess fat, which could have eaten lots of green leafy veggies, or green food colouring. could be due to a malabsorption disorder like celiac disease. Black: It could mean that you're bleeding internally due to ulcer or cancer. Some vitamins containing Light-coloured, white, or clay-coloured: If it's not what you're normally seeing, it could mean a bile duct obstruction. Some meds could cause this too. See a doc. Blood-stained or Red: Blood in your poop could be a symptom of cancer. Always see a doc right away if you find blood in your stool. or could cause black poop too. Pay attention if it's sticky, and see a doc if you're worried. How often should you poop? On average, people go once or twice a day, but some may go more and some may go less. According to doctors, there's no normal frequency, so as long as you're comfy, you're fine. Quick facts about poop The food you eat usually takes 3 days from the time you eat it till it ends up How to keep your poop healthy? Eat a diet high in fibre (20- 25g), lots of water, regular exercise If you're having trouble pooping (constipation), dietary fibre in your poop. Poop is made up of undigested food, bacteria, mucus, and dead cells, that's can help make the passage smoother Proper hydration helps ensure your colon is slippery enough for the poop to move through. When to see a doctor? The first time you see anything out of the ordinary in your poop, don't panic yet. See if it happens again. If symptoms persist, then go talk to a doctor. Pay attention to what your body is telling you and whenever you feel uneasy, it's time to go to a doctor Healthy poop sinks slowly Sources WebMD Disclaimer: The contents within this infographic is for general information only. In no way should the information here substitute the advice of a certified medical professional. Always consult your doctor if you have concerns regarding your health HealthWorks.my Let's choose health and happiness. Together.fb.com/HealthWorks.my
Advice, Bad, and Doctor: How Well Do You
 Know Your Shit?
 When you poop, the little brown blob in
 your toilet bowl is what's left of the food
 after your body has absorbed all the
 nutrients it needs from it.
 Hi
 Pooping is vital to your health as it's your body's
 natural way of expelling the waste that it doesn't need.
 That's why how your poop looks and smells can also
 give clues to what's going on inside your body
 Textures of poo
 Separate hard lumps, like nuts
 You're lacking fibre and fluids.
 Drink more water and chomp
 on some fruits and veggies
 Sausage-shaped, smooth and softWatery, no solid pieces, all liquid
 Optimal poop! You're doing fine!
 You're having diarrhoea! This is
 probably caused by some sort
 of infection and diarrhoea is your
 body's way of cleaning it out.
 Make sure you drink lots of liquids
 to replace the liquids lost otherwise
 you might find yourself dehydrated!
 Sausage-shaped but lumpy
 Not as serious as separate hard
 lumps, but you need to load up
 on fluids and fibre.
 Soft blobs with clear-cut edges
 Not too bad. Pretty normal if you're
 pooping multiple times a day
 Sausage-shaped
 but with cracks on surface
 This is normal, but the cracks
 mean you could still up your
 intake of water
 Fluffy pieces with
 ragged edges, a mushy stool
 You're on the edge of normal
 This type of poop is on its
 way to becoming diarrhoea.
 Soft and sticks to the side
 of the toilet bowl
 Presence of too much oil, which
 could mean that your body isn't
 absorbing the fats properly. Diseases
 like chronic pancreatitis prevent your
 body from properly absorbing fat.
 Shades of poop
 Brown: You're fine
 naturally brown due to the
 bile produced in your liver
 Green: Food may be moving through Yellow: Greasy, foul-smelling yellow
 your large intestine too quickly. Or youpoop indicates excess fat, which
 could have eaten lots of green leafy
 veggies, or green food colouring.
 could be due to a malabsorption
 disorder like celiac disease.
 Black: It could mean that you're
 bleeding internally due to ulcer or
 cancer. Some vitamins containing
 Light-coloured, white, or
 clay-coloured: If it's not what
 you're normally seeing, it could
 mean a bile duct obstruction.
 Some meds could cause this
 too. See a doc.
 Blood-stained or Red:
 Blood in your poop could be
 a symptom of cancer. Always
 see a doc right away if you
 find blood in your stool.
 or
 could cause black poop too. Pay
 attention if it's sticky, and see a
 doc if you're worried.
 How often should you poop?
 On average, people go once or twice a day, but some may go
 more and some may go less. According to doctors, there's no
 normal frequency, so as long as you're comfy, you're fine.
 Quick facts about poop
 The food you eat usually takes 3 days
 from the time you eat it till it ends up
 How to keep your poop healthy?
 Eat a diet high in fibre (20- 25g), lots of water, regular exercise
 If you're having trouble pooping (constipation), dietary fibre
 in your poop.
 Poop is made up of undigested food,
 bacteria, mucus, and dead cells, that's
 can help make the passage smoother
 Proper hydration helps ensure your colon is slippery enough
 for the poop to move through.
 When to see a doctor?
 The first time you see anything out of the ordinary in your poop,
 don't panic yet. See if it happens again. If symptoms persist, then
 go talk to a doctor. Pay attention to what your body is telling you
 and whenever you feel uneasy, it's time to go to a doctor
 Healthy poop sinks slowly
 Sources
 WebMD
 Disclaimer: The contents within this infographic is for general information only. In no way should the information here substitute the advice
 of a certified medical professional. Always consult your doctor if you have concerns regarding your health
 HealthWorks.my
 Let's choose health and happiness. Together.fb.com/HealthWorks.my