GetDevInfo 1.0.9 Released with some more fixes for NVME drives.

Just a quick post this time. GetDevInfo 1.0.9 is now out with the following NVME-related fixes:

  • Fix an issue where the RawCapacity value is sometimes not a string for NVME disks.
  • Search for NVME disks before LVM disks.
    • This prevents a crash when an NVME drive is hosting LVM volumes.
  • Fix an NVME bug where some partitions were numbered incorrectly on Fedora.
    • This occurs only on Fedora because it has a patched version of lshw that detects NVME drives, but there were a few incompatibilities with it.
  • No longer return DISKINFO dictionary in macos.get_info().
    • This was accidental undocumented behaviour.
  • Gather IDs for NVME disks on Linux.
  • Add a non-Python dependency check in
  • Fix another rare crash with NVME disks.

Important: Python 2 is not supported in GetDevInfo 1.0.9. Please use GetDevInfo 1.0.6 if you need to use Python 2.

The new version can be downloaded from and

That’s it for this post, but stay tuned – there are a lot of interesting and different posts coming soon.

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About Hamish McIntyre-Bhatty

I'm currently studying for a Computing and IT degree with the Open University, and am a software developer as well. I enjoy coding in Python, C++ (still learning), and Java. Having written 4 open-source programs (hosted on, set up my own website, and started volunteering at Wimborne Model Town to work on their river control system, I still find the time to enjoy cycling, acting, photography, and playing bass guitar. I go climbing every now and then as well. More recently, I wrote my first commercial program, Disk Verifier, and created a PSID Unlocker GUI for Parted Magic. I also create tutorial and other informative videos for Parted Magic LLC.

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