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SubjectRe: Lower HD transfer rate with NCQ enabled?
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>>Q: What conclusion can I make on "hdparm -t" results or can I make any 
>>conclusions? Do I really have lower performance with NCQ or not? If I do,
>>is this because of my HD or because of kernel?
>
>What IO scheduler are you using? If AS or CFQ, could you try with deadline?

I was using CFQ. I now tried with Deadline and that doesn't seem to degrade
the performance at all! With Deadline I got 60MB/s both with and without
NCQ. This was with "hdparm -t".

So what does this tell us?

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