I recently switched from Ubunto to Fedora and got a brand new NVME for it.
My WD Blue SN570 NVME disk unsafe_shutdowns count is increasing with every proper shutdown in Fedora 38. I am on 6.3.4-201.fc38.x86_64 kernel and the NVME firmware is updated to the latest version: 234110WD.
nvme smart-log /dev/nvme0 returns the results below:
Smart Log for NVME device:nvme0 namespace-id:ffffffff critical_warning : 0 temperature : 32 °C (305 K) available_spare : 100% available_spare_threshold : 10% percentage_used : 0% endurance group critical warning summary: 0 Data Units Read : 138,293 (70.81 GB) Data Units Written : 323,692 (165.73 GB) host_read_commands : 1,217,952 host_write_commands : 7,245,588 controller_busy_time : 8 power_cycles : 123 power_on_hours : 2 unsafe_shutdowns : 34 media_errors : 0 num_err_log_entries : 1 Warning Temperature Time : 0 Critical Composite Temperature Time : 0 Thermal Management T1 Trans Count : 0 Thermal Management T2 Trans Count : 0 Thermal Management T1 Total Time : 0 Thermal Management T2 Total Time : 0
There is no option to disable fastboot in the BIOS, Some Low, High and auto on my Dell Optiplex 3070 mini PC as suggested in a few other Linux forums.
I’m worried that my NVME may get physically corrupt after a few days if it continues to shutdown unsafely. I appreciate any help to resolve this. As this is my first post please let me know if I have posted too much or any other information is necessary to understand the issue.