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    SubjectRe: IDE freeze for seconds


    On Tue, 1 Dec 1998, Alan Cox wrote:

    > > > needs almost 8 seconds to spin up. It is configured as slave,
    > > > and if the master (a faster Seagate) would have to wait this
    > > > time, it would be a serious drawback,
    > >
    > > the best thing is to disable spindown, especially if you like to keep your
    > > disks a bit longer....
    >
    > Which do you want to keep longer, your disks or your planet ?
    >
    I am sure I am missing something. Which part of computer is called
    "planet" ? I think you meant the cpu - spinning disk produces heat which
    sometimes could be a problem..

    Vladimir Dergachev



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