Description:
    This batch file displays the help information for the serial port diagnostic commands
    that are not currently being tested by the Predefined Batch File sequence.
   
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    The following online serial port diagnostic commands are not currently tested by the
    Predefined Batch File Sequence:
   
    ESCAPE Command: Abort Looping Command or Batch File
   
       This command would terminate the batch file execution.
   
    Control C Command: Firmware Reset
   
       This command is not tested because it resets the drive which would terminate the
       batch file execution.
   
    Control T Command: Enable ESLIP Serial Port Mode
   
       This command is not tested because it select ESLIP serial port mode which would
       terminate the batch file execution.
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    -/C                                 All Level '/' Command: Change Diagnostic Command Level
    -Q^,C                               Control C Command: Firmware Reset
    -Q^,T                               Control T Command: Enable ESLIP Serial Port Mode
   
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    The following all level serial port diagnostic commands are not currently tested by the
    Predefined Batch File Sequence:
   
    None.
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    The following Level 1 serial port diagnostic commands are not currently tested by the
    Predefined Batch File Sequence:
   
    'G' Command: Generic Read/Write Request
   
       This command is not tested because it undocumented and is the process of being
       obsoleted.  People who use this command use it at their own risk.
   
    'e' Command: Spin Down and Reset Drive
   
       This command is not tested because it resets the drive which would terminate the
       batch file execution.
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    -Q1,G                               'G' Command: Generic Read/Write Request
    -Q1,e                               'e' Command: Spin Down and Reset Drive
   
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    The following Level 2 serial port diagnostic commands are not currently tested by the
    Predefined Batch File Sequence:
   
    'N' Command: Set Direct Write Mode
   
       This command is not tested because it is not fully implemented.
   
    'V' Command: Read Verify CHS
    '7' Command: Write Verify CHS
   
       Currently these commands generate unexpected Read Miscompare errors (DiagError 5008).
   
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    -Q2,N                               'N' Command: Set Direct Write Mode
    -Q2,V                               'V' Command: Read Verify CHS
    -Q2,7                               '7' Command: Write Verify CHS
   
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    The following Level 3 serial port diagnostic commands are not currently tested by the
    Predefined Batch File Sequence:
   
    'f3' Command: Real Time Servo Trace - Servo Data during writes
   
       Currently this command causes the drive to reset.
   
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    -Q3,f                               'f' Command: Real Time Servo Trace - Servo Data during writes
   
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    The following Level 4 serial port diagnostic commands are not currently tested by the
    Predefined Batch File Sequence:
   
    'U100D' Command: Servo Batch Test sub commands: Plot PES
   
       Currently this command causes hangs on some drives so it has been removed from the
       predefined batch files until the problem can be investigated.
   
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    -Q4,U                               'U' Command: Servo Batch Test sub commands
   
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    The following Level 5 serial port diagnostic commands are not currently tested by the
    Predefined Batch File Sequence:
   
    'F' Command: Drive Free Fall Protection
   
       Currently the parameters are too poorly documented to allow it to be tested.
   
    'S' Command: Enter Servo Matlab Shell
   
       This command enables the Servo Matlab Shell.  Since the Servo Matlab Shell
       never returns, this terminates the batch file.
   
    'W' Command: Write Servo RAM at Address
    'w' Command: Write Servo RAM at Index
   
       These commands write to servo RAM and have the potential to corrupt critical
       servo information.
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    -Q5,F                               'F' Command: Drive Free Fall Protection
    -Q5,S                               'S' Command: Enter Servo Matlab Shell
    -Q5,W                               'W' Command: Write Servo RAM at Address
    -Q5,w                               'w' Command: Write Servo RAM at Index
   
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    The following Level 6 serial port diagnostic commands are not currently tested by the
    Predefined Batch File Sequence:
   
    'E' Command: Enter Batch File
   
       This is an interactive command that requires the user to enter a batch file.
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    -Q6,E                               'E' Command: Enter Batch File
   
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    The following Level 7 serial port diagnostic commands are not currently tested by the
    Predefined Batch File Sequence:
   
    'i' Command: Generic Read/Write Request
   
       This command is not tested because it undocumented and is the process of being
       obsoleted.  People who use this command use it at their own risk.
   
    's' Command: Write Peripheral Register - channel or preamp
   
       This command is not tested because it will corrupt channel or preamp registers and
       there is currently no way to restore them to their original value.
   
    'w' Command: Save Adaptives To Flash
   
       This command is not tested because it has the potential to corrupt the adaptive
       parameters which would make the drive unusable.
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    -Q7,i                               'i' Command: Generic Read/Write Request
    -Q7,s                               's' Command: Write Peripheral Register - channel or preamp
    -Q7,w                               'w' Command: Save Adaptives To Flash
   
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    The following Level 8 serial port diagnostic commands are not currently tested by the
    Predefined Batch File Sequence:
   
    'C8' Command: Servo Diagnostic Sub Commands - Random Seeks
    'CC' Command: Servo Diagnostic Sub Commands - Seek Between 2 Physical Cyls
   
       These commands loop forever.
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    -Q8,C                               'C' Command: Servo Diagnostic Sub Commands
   
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    The following Level A serial port diagnostic commands are not currently tested by the
    Predefined Batch File Sequence:
   
    'P' Command: Merge Alt List into Slip List
   
       Currently this command causes flash led errors on some drives so it has been removed
       from the predefined batch files until the problem can be investigated.
   
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    -QA,P                               'P' Command: Merge Alt List into Slip List
   
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    The following Level C serial port diagnostic commands are not currently tested by the
    Predefined Batch File Sequence:
   
    None.
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    The following Level E serial port diagnostic commands are not currently tested by the
    Predefined Batch File Sequence:
   
    'm' Command: Fast MSESER Measurement
   
       Currently this command generates a read error (5003) or hangs the drive.
   
    'o' Command: Fine RW Offset Measurement
   
       Currently this command hangs the drive.
   
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    -QE,m                               'm' Command: Fast MSESER Measurement
    -QE,o                               'o' Command: Fine RW Offset Measurement
   
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    The following Level F serial port diagnostic commands are not currently tested by the
    Predefined Batch File Sequence:
   
    't' Command: Write Peripheral Register - channel or preamp
   
       This command is not tested because it will corrupt channel or preamp registers and
       there is currently no way to restore them to their original value.
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    -QF,t                               't' Command: Write Peripheral Register - channel or preamp
   
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    The following Level G serial port diagnostic commands are not currently tested by the
    Predefined Batch File Sequence:
   
    None.
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    The following Level H serial port diagnostic commands are not currently tested by the
    Predefined Batch File Sequence:
   
    'b' Command: Contact Detect
   
       Currently this command causes the drive to hang or a flash led.
   
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    -QH,b                               'b' Command: Contact Detect
   
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    The following Level L serial port diagnostic commands are not currently tested by the
    Predefined Batch File Sequence:
   
    None.
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    The following Level T serial port diagnostic commands are not currently tested by the
    Predefined Batch File Sequence:
   
    'P' Command: Download Generic File
   
       This waits for a file to be sent to the drive over the serial port interface.
   
    'T' Command: Odd Even Encroachment Test
   
       Currently this command hangs the drive.
   
    'W' Command: Save Adaptives To Flash
   
       This command is not tested because it has the potential to corrupt the adaptive
       parameters which would make the drive unusable.
   
    'Z' Command: Erase Seacos Data and Code
   
       This command erases information associated with Seacos which could make the drive
       unusable.
   
    'm' Command: Format Partition
   
       This command take too long to execute.
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    -QT,P                               'P' Command: Download Generic File
    -QT,T                               'T' Command: Odd Even Encroachment Test
    -QT,W                               'W' Command: Save Adaptives To Flash
    -QT,Z                               'Z' Command: Erase Seacos Data and Code
    -QT,m                               'm' Command: Format Partition
    -|                                  '|' Command: Batch File Terminator