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SubjectRe: poor sata performance on 2.6
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On Thursday 15 April 2004 15:57, Lenar Lõhmus wrote:
> Denis Vlasenko wrote:
> >27 Mb/s is not 'very' bad for 80Gb drive.
> >
> >Can you verify that drive indeed is able to do better
> >(quick test under Windows is in order)? It would be silly
> >to try to hunt down problem which do not exist.
> >
> >If problem does exist, try 2.4 kernels.
>
> This drive really _can_ do _much_ better. At least order of two. In my
> case - order of three.

I don't believe any drive can do 27000 Mb/s ;)

You probably meant 'three times more throughput', which can
very well be true.
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vda

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