Question Can someone tell me what these smart numbers mean? Should be worried?

Aug 15, 2019
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First off all, I make off site backups on a constant basis.


* DiskCheckup V3.4 Build: 1003 Report *

SysInfo DLL Version: SysInfo v1.0 Build: 1122
Time of export: 18:16:27 15-Aug-2019

Device information:
Device ID: 0
Interface: SATA
Device Capacity: 1907726 MB
Serial Number: Z1X0YMAY
Model Number: ST2000NM0033 99Y1166 59Y1813XIV

SMART ATTRIBUTES:
ID Description Status Value Worst Threshold Raw Value TEC
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1 Raw Read Error Rate OK 83 63 44 229291071 N/A
3 Spin Up Time OK 96 95 0 0 N/A
4 Start/Stop Count OK 100 100 20 72 N/A
5 Reallocated Sector Count OK 100 100 10 0 N/A
7 Seek Error Rate OK 87 60 30 4828536073 N/A
9 Power On Time OK 95 95 0 4904 N/A
10 Spin Retry Count OK 100 100 97 0 N/A
12 Power Cycle Count OK 100 100 20 65 N/A
184 End-to-End error OK 100 100 99 0 N/A
187 Reported Uncorrectable Errors OK 100 100 0 0 N/A
188 Command Timeout OK 100 100 0 0 N/A
189 High Fly Writes OK 100 100 0 0 N/A
190 Temperature Difference from 100 OK 61 59 45 655884327 N/A
191 G-sense Error Rate OK 100 100 0 0 N/A
192 Power off Retract Count OK 100 100 0 53 N/A
193 Load Cycle Count OK 100 100 0 263 N/A
194 Temperature OK 39 41 0 39 C N/A
195 Hardware ECC Recovered OK 46 20 0 229291071 N/A
197 Current Pending Sector Count OK 100 100 0 0 N/A
198 Uncorrectable Sector Count OK 100 100 0 0 N/A
199 UltraDMA CRC Error Count OK 200 200 0 0 N/A
 
The raw attribute values are sector counts, not error counts. In short, there is nothing to be concerned about.

Seagate SMART Attribute Specification:
http://t1.daumcdn.net/brunch/service/user/axm/file/zRYOdwPu3OMoKYmBOby1fEEQEbU.pdf

Normal SATA SMART Attribute Behavior (Seagate):
http://t1.daumcdn.net/brunch/service/user/axm/file/Vw3RJSZllYbDc86ssL6bofiL4r0.pdf

Seek Error Rate, Read Error Rate and Hardware ECC Recovered SMART attributes (my interpretation):
http://www.hddoracle.com/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=89
 

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