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SubjectRe: I2O support?
as an FYI,

alan cox has been doing work for i2o on a DPT card... see
http://www.linux.org.uk/diary/

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Matthew Clark wrote:
>
> Hi guys - could someone please tell me if any Linux kernel currently has
> support for I2O (Intelligent Input/Output)?
>
> Sorry to cross-post this - but I need to know urgently...
>
> While I'm here - does anyone know what is a decent amount of I20 Cache for a
> RAID controller? We only seem to have 16Mb out of a possible 128Mb.. it has
> been suggested that this could be the cause of an IO bottleneck we're having
> with an HP NetServer LH4...
>
> Regards,
>
> Matthew Clark.
> --
> NetDespatch Ltd - The Internet Call Centre.
> http://www.netdespatch.com

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