I have a Linux box with five disk drives, one of which I want to replace. The offending drive is
/dev/sdc, but that doesn't tell me how to distinguish the hardware. The drive is SATA and the assignment of drives to devices sometimes changes after a boot.
I'd like to be able to use the model names printed on the disk. I know these names are machine-readable because they are the names the BIOS uses.
Is there a way, using Linux, to find out the model number of
/dev/sdc, or even the model numbers of all the drives in the system?