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    SubjectRe: SATA-performance: Linux vs. FreeBSD
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    Hi Alan et al.

    On Mon, 2007-02-12 at 19:08 +0000, Alan wrote:
    > I'm not sure you'll get 50MB/sec sustained to work although you might
    > with a good current drive used for nothing else, a linear stream of data
    > (no seeking and file system overhead), and a non PCI controller (PCI
    > Express, host chipset bus etc).

    That's Suspend2's usage pattern when given a whole partition, so I can
    state without reservation you can get maximum throughput under those
    circumstances, even with a PCI controller. Swsusp should do about the
    same too.

    Nigel

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