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On Wed, 12 Feb 1997, John Heil wrote:

> How did you measure that 25MB/s ? My 2 Maxtor IDE 2.0G's give me an
> 'hdparm -T' value (cached xfer) of 32.0MB/s on a Micronics PCI/IDE
> M54HI-Plus with a iP200 cpu. (My 'hdparm -t' >4.0 ie non-cached xfer) :-)

Cache performance is around 28-30 MB/s, on a P150 (fairly loaded). It
would make sense that your's is faster, as you have a faster system than I
do and cached xfer test doesn't perform an actual physical read during the
test. Now, the number I stated is from a non-caching test (i.e. -t). I
just performed it a few more times and I actually ended up with about
27MB/s, which for some odd reason is _faster_ than my tests a few weeks
ago. :-)

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