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Samsung PM863/PM863a and PM883 data miscompare issue

Article ID: 3321
Last updated: 07 Apr, 2022

Description:

When using Samsung PM 863a and PM883, data corruption can occur during background operations due to UECC flag cleared by mistake from the current firmware. This may occur during background NAND operations.

Environment:

The SSD FRUs listed below are affected:

PM863 - 00LF230, 00LF231, 00LF232, 00LF233, 00LF234, 00LF235

PM863a - 00LF382, 00LF383, 00LF384, 00LF385, 00PH582, 00YG945, 00HV886, 00PH564, 01GW998, 00PH592, 00PH603, 00PH593

PM883 - 01PE094, 01PE095, 01PE096, 01PE097, 01PE098

Solution:

Please update to the latest firmware version that is available.

Additional references:

Samsung PM863/PM863a and PM883 data miscompare issue - Lenovo Server

HPE Solid State Drives - FIRMWARE UPGRADE REQUIRED For Certain HPE SATA 6G PM883 Solid State Drives to Avoid Performance Drop and Data Integrity Risk

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Article ID: 3321
Last updated: 07 Apr, 2022
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Posted: 07 Apr, 2022 by Wittig M.
Updated: 07 Apr, 2022 by Wittig M.
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