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SubjectRe: Scheduled Transfer Protocol on Linux
: > One thing that I've dreamed about for a while is getting the disk drive
: > vendors to put STP down in the drives. Then we throw out the SCSI/IDE
: > cables and use RJ45 connectors to talk to both the network and the disks.
: > Think hot plug. Cool, no?
: RJ45 - for GigE ? Is that really going to be cost effective ?

I hope so. The whole idea is to get rid of the costs of having multiple
sorts of cables. If everyone uses the same phys, you can create just about
any phy you want and drive the prices down to nothing.

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